It looks ugly but it comes with some nice sample sets and a goooood synthesizer section that allows for a whole lot of different sound manipulations.
It is a slight learning curve but depending of your knowledge of music applications/software you will have picked up most of it in 15 minutes or so...
The one small, small annoyance is the melodic note input as it is you have to choose where in the timeline you want to introduce the note and then use a slider to determine semitones up or down but that is like said not much of a problem.
It is in some ways like the poor country cousin of Syntheogen as they have similarities but Syntheogen being definitively better looking and having more options. Of course they differ in sound too which one you prefer soundwise is of course personal.
Check it out you'd probably be surprised.
Posting two videos that a guy called Andre Brown made, the sound not being directly recorded makes it not representative of the application soundwise but...
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