I’ve said it before, and almost certainly (well certainly) I’ll say it again. I really like KRFT. It’s a pretty awesome way to make music. If you feel the same, and if you’re in London next week on the 5th then you should come along to the KRFT Jam.
When: April 5th 6:00-9:30pm
Where: Forest Rd Tap Room, London, E8 3RL
If you don’t know KRFT, then you need to check it out. If you can’t make it, I promise to take some pictures, maybe some video too.
KRFT on the app store:
I saw this post from Discchord and thought I’d add a few comments and thoughts into the mix.
I only started playing with this yesterday, and only briefly, but I can echo the comments that Discchord quotes: “You start with a blank Surface and add your own elements to create up your jammable track or instrument. There’s no social, login etc; it’s purely for music making.”, Or as Klaatu puts it, “This is what they were talking about in the first place and it’s like lemur with synths and samplers built in. With the keyboards as well as piano roll and pads for the drums it’s getting there.”
KRFT is in beta right now, but as Klaatu puts it above, it’s like Lemur but without the complexity. It’s like building not only your music, but the way you want to make it at the same time.
I love the idea, and so far I’m loving the execution too. Well done Studio Amplify, From Junglator, to NOIZ, to KRFT. It’s good stuff.