So a good opportunity if looking for a well featured workstation or trying an alternative...
So if this is something interesting...
Google Play DRC:
Google Play LK Abeton ive & Midi Controller:
play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imaginando.lk&hl=enLK - Ableton & Midi Control
Google PlayTKFX - Traktor Dj Controller:
It is not exacty how to do a complete skin but more of a way to modify/personalize a skin without doing any heavy lifting. It is interesting though as it is simple and not taking a lot of time...
It is made on the iOS version but it is relatable to the Android version as well and gives a good overview.
This guy makes me nervous...
The title of this video is really- "THE BEST BEAT EVER ON FL STUDIO MOBILE! Making a Trap Beat on FL Studio Mobile"
But as it is not the best beat ever and at best pretty mediocre it had to be changed...
Have seen some other videos with this guy some time ago and he has a decent amount of followers and a very big ego.
But anyway posted in either case as it may teach someone something?
Linkety link for more info:
This looks like a big update to an already stacked list of features.
Have not tried it yet but am very curious about the Sampleverse thingy and it is forward thinking of them to have MPE support.
There is a full review coming next week from Robin that contributed to Musical Android before. So that will clarify things.
The unlocked version is 14.99 Dollars on Android and think that is a good price for a workstation of this capacity but there is also a demo to try.
Suggest that if this is interesting to you go and read some more on their website:
SampleVerse: Our new hybrid instrument sampler is here, including
-Easy Multi-Sampling and editing
-Customizable Oscillators and LFO's
-Unique Phrase Arpeggiator
-SFZ and Wav Import
-MPE support and more
-Streamlined Transport/Toolbar, now with persistent Open, Save and share buttons.
-Many many bug fixes and performance optimizations
-See full description for more details
From 1.59 to 59 (Euro) is an okay deal for an utilitarian app like this.
This is the ad-free version.
- It presents more than 150 Music Scales from music around the world that are useful for any musician playing any kind of music on Guitar.
- It shows how each scale is written on the staff including the names of the notes and the Pattern of the Scale.
- You can listen to the scale.
- It shows the notes of each scale on a virtual Guitar so you can play it.
- It presents two shapes to play each scale on two octaves on the Guitar.
- You can select the device you are using (smartphone or tablet) so your fingers adapt better on the virtual Guitar size.
These are the scales included in this app:
1. Acoustic Scale
4. Ahava Rabboh
5. Altered Dominant
6. Altered Locrian b4
7. Altered Mixolydian
8. Altered Pentatonic
9. Ama Lama Cooma Scale
10. Bartok Scale
11. Bebop Dominant
13. Bebop Jazz Minor
14. Bebop Melodic Minor
15. Blues Scale
16. Blues Scale 2
17. Brown-eye Rabbit Scale
21. Diminished Blues
22. Dominant 7th Scale
23. Dominant Bebop
33. Dorian Hexatonic
34. Dorian Pentatonic
35. Dorico Flamenco
38. Double Harmonic Minor
40. Down in the Valley Scale
41. Enigmatic Mode 1
45. Half Tone Scale
46. Half-Whole Diminished
47. Harmonic Major
48. Harmonic Major Inverse
49. Harmonic Major Mode 2
54. Harmonic Major Mode 7
55. Harmonic Minor
57. Harmonic Minor Mode 2
62. Harmonic Minor Mode 7
63. Haul Away Joe Scale
65. Hira-joshi Mode 4
67. Hungarian Major
68. Hungarian Minor
71. Ionian #5
72. Ionian Hexatonic
73. Jazz Melodic Minor
74. Jazz Melodic Minor Mode 2
80. Jazz Minor Inverse
82. Kookaburra Scale
83. Leading Whole Tone
84. Little Sally Water Scale-Childhood Chant
86. Locrian #2
87. Locrian bb7
88. Locrian nat 6
90. Lydian #2
91. Lydian #5
92. Lydian Augmented
93. Lydian b7
94. Lydian Diminished
95. Lydian Dominant
96. Lydian Hexatonic
97. Lydian Minor
98. Major Augmented Scale
99. Major b6 Scale
100. Major Bebop
101. Major Bebop Mode 7
102. Major Locrian
103. Major Pentatonic
104. Major Pentatonic Mode 1
108. Major Pentatonic Mode 5
109. Major Scale
110. Major-Minor Scale
111. Melodic Minor
112. Mi Sheberach
113. Minor Gypsy
114. Minor Gypsy Inverse
115. Minor Locrian
116. Minor Pentatonic
117. Minor Scale
118. Minor-Major Scale
121. Mixolydian b6
122. Mixolydian Bebop
123. Mixolydian Hexatonic
124. Miyako Bushi
125. Natural Minor Scale
126. Neapolitan Major
127. Neapolitan Major Mode 2
128. Neapolitan Major Mode 4
129. Neapolitan Major Mode 5
130. Neapolitan Minor
131. North Wind Scale
132. Overtone Scale
134. Phrygian b4
140. Prometheus (Liszt)
141. Prometheus Neapolitan
142. Ring Around the Rosie Scale
144. Rock Minor Scale
145. Row, Row Mode 4
146. Row, Row Mode 5
147. Row, Row Scale
149. Spanish Major
150. Spanish Scale 8-Note
151. Super Locrian
152. Super Locrian bb7
153. Suspended Pentatonic
154. Threshing Song Scale
155. Verdi’s Enigmatic Ascending
158. Zeg moeder Scale
Music is an art and a science. Music notes, reading sheet music and music theory are some of the vital aspects that a musician should know by heart. Knowing the different scales there are in music is a very important subject too.
A music scale is any set of music notes ordered by fundamental frequency or pitch. There are music scales for jazz music or for rock music. A music scale defines the type of music you are listening.
This app is great for anyone looking for guitar scales. Actually all the scales contained in this app are useful for all music instruments and for anyone interested in singing.
You don´t need much music notation knowledge to use this app. Knowing music notes and what semitones and tones are is enough.
120 rhythms covering almost all styles, everyone user customizable and with intro fill-in variation and ending, 222 stereo quality cd samples, plus 16 vintage mono , percussions sets and 2 drums kit , realtime wavetable synthesis, multilayer/multivelocity for key sounds, audio effects expander/limiter, reverb, bass boost, 3D, equalization presets, humanized playback.
Preset drum machine (also programmable) for live playing with your preferred musical instrument.
Drummer friend plays the drums as a real drummer using different samples at different velocity and even different samples at the same velocity, simulating left-right hand and different touch.
Requires fast devices, at least 1 Ghz or dual core.
Could be that with low memory heap gingerbread devices only most important multilayer sounds will be loaded.
If you have high end device please consider Drummer Friend HD with 4 extended drums kits!!
- 120 presets rhythms everyone with intro, ending, fill-in and variation parts
- 48 stereo sounds for a comprehensive acoustic drums kit and percussions using 222 samples, plus 16 mono vintage samples of tr808.
- 2 drums kits
- multilayer/multisample of key sounds (kick, snares, high hat, stick, toms)
- effects engine with reverb, bass boost,3d virtualizer, equalization curves
- humanized drums playback based on evaluation of real human errors: every beat sounds slightly different for timing, volume and timbre
- editor that allows to modify existing rhythms and create new ones
- possibility of send and share your rhythms
- limiter effect that simulate compressor used on drums recording; the sound is first expanded and then limited with a limiter; the main stream volume control can be used to compensate this effect on sound level.
112 presets rhythms are:
12/8, 16 beat, 8 beat, afro, around, back beat, ballad, beat 6/8, beat 6/8 2,
blues bossanova, blues bossanova 2, boogie, bop,
bossanova 1, 2, 2 var, brush,
break, cha cha, cha cha cha, dance 1,2, disco 1, 2, 3, dubstep
hip hop 1,2,3,4,5, funk 1, 2, 3, fusion, fusion jazz,
groove 6/4 jazz, latin 1, 2, 3, flamenco, smooth 1
modern bossa, pop 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, pop slow 1, pop slow 2,
rock 1, 2, 3,4,5,6,7,8, rock hard, rock terzine,
rumba 1, 2, 3, reggae 1,2, samba 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
salsa hit, salsa (2-3 clave), salsa (2-3 tick), salsa (3-2 clave),
shuffle, strange, soft march, songo 1, songo 2, slow roll 6/4, stevie 1,
swing 1, 2, 3 (3/4), 4, 5, 6, 7 ride, 8 half time,
take 5/4, tango 1, 2, techno, tr808 bossa a, tr808 bossa b, tr808 rock, waltz 1, 2, 3 jazz
world (disable limiter) ,
beguine, bossanova 3, joget 1,2, latin sunday, pop 6, reggae 3, reggae 4 boogie, whisky, wind beat, jazz fiesta, jazz funk
To modify an existing rhythm select it from main app and touch the edit checkbox,
then the rhythm editor will be started and show four tracks of events view with some controls in the upper part of screen.
Every quarter note is divided by 24 ticks, at 12th ticks we have an 1/8 note, at 6Th ticks a 1/16 note, at 3 ticks 1/32 note, at 2 1/32 triplet, at 1 tick 1/64 triplet.
You simply touch a + symbols or an existing sound and the app show you a dialog for add, modify or clear an event.
On the selection list in the main screen the user sequences are written in blue bold style.
User sequences are stored in /drummerfriend/usersequences.xml that is a xml format file.
You can share your sequences with another user (that must have drummer friend ver 1.2 or above) sending this file as attachment with Gmail.
When the user receive and views this attachment from Gmail using drummer friend, sequences will be imported.
FL Studio Mobile continues forward and have also congratulations for winning the DJ Tech Awards in the "Best Music Production App" category.
It is great how much better this app is since they developed their own version in comparison to the first version that was clunky and with so much less possibilities.
FREE BEATBOX DRUM KIT DOWNLOAD (Fleks Drum Kit 1):
To download the files:
Another review of this multi platform advanced synthesizer...
To read it go here:
Love Virtual ANS and am a big fan of Mr Nigthradio but...
He did use Virtual ANS for some techno some time ago and like this it does not really work but the result are interesting in either case...
It is hard to get beats prominent with the synthesizing method used in Virtual ANS which is hindering any beat heavy music to be fully realized in a satsfactory manner...
But as there was some time since Virtual ANs got mentioned on this site and if you missed this app there is a big recommendation to check it out as it is one of the truly unique apps on the Playstore!
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