Always get excited when things are modular.
This is a new concept as it does not use a tradtional sequencer but reads the modules loaded with a sample/synthesizer in the order they are in the chain.
So think that it can lead to happy accidents and to think a little bit more non-linear.
It is as is a little bit basic with not too much choice in modules but it looks like it can be expanded in all kinds of directions depending on the will of the creator.
It also records sound, making it a fun thing to use for enviromental sound collages.
It is for free and does not come with adverts.
Cool with a small new modular addition to the Android universe and if expanded futurewise can be something mighty interesting...
This music composition app lets you record sounds anytime and anywhere with your phone. You can arrange them in a graph-based scoring layout to create intriguing compositions.
Instead of starting with a cluttered interface narrowing your inspiration at the moment you open the app, the Pocket Composer starts with a blank white canvas, ready for your imagination.
- 16 track polyphony
- record sounds
- import .wav from SD-card
- synthesizer module
- audio fx: ringmodulator, delay, filters
- save and export to SD-card, share via e-mail, bluetooth, google drive, ...