The GUI is slightly confusing but at the same time it does not take long time to get yourself oriented and everything is on one screen
It seems great as something to use for live tweaking and in a live setup.
Here is the description:
Kosmische is a virtual analog synthesizer and algorithmic sequencer for Android devices.It features:
- Two multi-waveform oscillators: Saw, Pulse, Sine, Noise
- A Moog-style resonant lowpass filter
- Two multi-waveform, routable LFOs: Sin, Triangle, Pulse, Random
- Independent filter and amp envelopes
- Tunable delay and reverb
- An analog-style step sequencer
- A scale-derived random pattern generator
- Independent patch and pattern memory
- Random patch generation
View the full manual here: http://nicolasmiller.github.com/kosmische.html
Kosmische is an open source project released under the GPLv3. The source code is available here: https://github.com/nicolasmiller/kosmische.
This is an beta release. Please feel free to contact me if you run into any issues. Currently, the interface is not optimized for low resolution devices.
It is for free and without publicity so if you are looking for something to complement your arsenal of synthesizers you can not really go wrong and if you like it now happiness awaits, as this is what will be added in the next update/s:
- switchable filter type
- sequencer enhancements: arbitrary sequence length, active step, psuedo-polyphony (independently sequenceable oscillators)
- Two additional oscillators/LFOs with bank switch UI
- UI improvements: LFO range control, better low resolution support
- Better support for audio rate modulation
Highly recommended but not for everyone.
Do think that this developer will someone to add something new to the Android music making world as this first release is different and interesting and he plans on more.
If anyone do any music with this or incorporate it into a piece of music please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
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