One of three different synthesis engines can be chosen with not much parameters to change the sound.
Additive- Three harmonics
FM- With four levels to adjust.
So all that can be done to change the sound is changing the volume of each parameter. Like more Sine wave etc.
It may sound sparse but it fulfills the function of the app, of course it would be fun to have more options so hopefully it will get developed further.
There is no sequencer but 16 different tracks that can be adjusted as mentioned above and set to one pitch and each track higher in octave. Each track get one bar that either go in one direction or bounce back and forth depending of preference.
The sound becoming louder the higher up on the screen for each bar and you can set the speed for each one.
That’s it. No recording, no effects.
Reading this it may sound like a pretty useless application but personally it is a unique idea and I do not mind to sit and record things into a DAW (or something) using effect boxes and manipulate the sound live and I know there is a contingent of music creators that will use and appreciate this application for what it is. There is a free version (missing the my favorite synthesis engine of the three) but it is not expensive so if making more experimental music or want another tool to create rhythmical soundscapes with it may well be worth your time.
Lately I am glad to see these kinds of apps pop up again as there was more of an experimental side to Android music apps before that tapered off but is coming back!
Bring out the uniqueness and lets break the monotony of the blandness that pervades today’s music making!
P.S this new developer have also made one Delay VST that looks good for free plus a Music program for ZX Spectrum!