but maybe the sound a little bit more muffled which will be evident when they get compared side by side with the other 303 applications this weekend.
It comes with two 303's and one drum machine that includes ten classical drum machines. The 303's come with the original 303 controls but includes two more waveforms.
Also included is five different effects ( distortion, reverb, delay, phaser, filter ) that you can map to four different effect slots two of which can combine two effects.
The effects can be controlled X-Y style as well as having four on/off buttons right on the side of the 303's-
So outside of the cut off resonance etc to control you can easily drop in the effects that you set up and control them in real time.
The drums also have the possibility for one of the effects to be assigned individually.
If you use a tablet you have access to portrait mode where there is three windows visible and controllable at the same time.
It also have the possibility to tap out the tempo so that is like in Audiotool good if you need to sync up with other sources live.
It definitively feels stable enough for live tweaking which is cool as there is direct recording of your performance directly into your device.
And finally multi touch so you can turn on and off many many things at the same time.
Mikrosonic the company sells two versions one for weaker devices and one version
with some more functions but needing a stronger device and also with portrait mode for tablets.
Two small critiques:
One- you can't tune the drums.
Two- you can only program four 16 step patterns per sound generator.
In these sound examples there is both of the 303's used at the same time and if you spend just a little bit of time with this application you can build up some pretty nice grooves for using with other music or for live situations.