It just confirms that Pure Data is probably the greatest secret out there for music making on Android once again. There is so much advantages of learning Pure Data and as not only is it the easiest way to make good music apps for Android if you are a non-programmer there already exists two apps (MobMuPlat and mPD) that allows for importing Pure Data patches into Android directly. Meaning that learning just a little bit you can use patches of all kinds directly on a device.
So that also means that there is a lot of great music apps for free!
The above was a small diversion as I wanted to being up Pure Data again and hit myself over the head for not getting deeper into it! Learned the basics over a year ago but got distracted. After Mobmuplat was released felt that I am an idiot for not taking time for it!
Seeing this video just makes it even more poignant.
So Jamm Sync is open source code and works for Python as well.
Respect to Ninja Jamms for letting the code graze the open source landscape!
P.S - mPD is for making Pure Data patches directly on a device which makes it excellent for learning Pure Data on the go. Plus that it is all made in Pure Data basic meaning that the patches you make will work excellent for making full on apps on Android easier in comparison to using Pure Data extended...