Think that it is hard to say after hearing these entries that it is not possible to do serious music with your Android device.
Also which is interesting is that here is two developers representing-
G-Stomper and Binaura-
Binaura have released three applications all three for free and they have really nice interfaces, even though they are limited in use they sound nice
and Flux being represented here is something that don't have much variety in sound but the sound that it does produce is very interesting and nice-
it is white noise being filtered and manipulated with beutiful black and white graphics flowing in time with the music and below you can hear it in action...
The G-stomper contribution is the new Demo for the latest version of G-stomper.
Also interesting is the Pan65 contribution as he is using five Subsynth modules and one drumachine in Caustic, so no samples, so you get a pretty good demonstration of what the Subsynth can do!
Time to take a listen:
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