It seemed exciting first but can not see how I would use it for making music as the bpm is fixed. It does have its uses and it is fun to play around with though.
The first thing to do is recording samples directly into your device. The sample recorded is some seconds long and it seems that it decides a little bit randomly the playback speed of the sample at least on my device so it may be a bug?
( If it is a bug it adds to the surprise and randomness in a good way in my opinion. )
After this you have to decide a shape for the sample recorded and that is what decides the basic rhythm. Then you can affect each side of the shapes with reverse. down or none.
You also have three sizes for the forms which will affect the playback.
Volume and pan gets controlled where depending on where the shape
gets placed on the screen.
One other thing is that you can not save,
so if you work out something it would have to be recorded directly.
Feel in the end that it could be good to have on your device for the one in a hundred occasions where you would need something chaotic or sit and play with it and record a lot and cut out the best parts to use later preferably in a app that can timestretch samples.
For free and without publicity.
There is also a Webapp version to try so for lazy people that do not want to install first can try it out...
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