Sound Fields Freebie

Alexander Zolotov, developer of SunVox and PixiTracker, has made his Sound Fields app free today through July 4th!

Sound Fields iTunes Description:

~ App for kids and their parents ~

Do you have a good ear for music? Can you play a musical instrument? It is not important anymore, because with this tool ANYBODY can play great music without any skills!

It is easy! Just select some background track and synth you like. And that's it. Touch the screen and feel the sound!

Please try my other apps:
  • PixiTracker;
  • PixelWave;
  • SpectrumGen.

Code & Music by NightRadio (Alexander Zolotov).
Background tracks composed in SunVox.

Buy Sound Fields for iPhone on iTunes: Free (On Sale, from $0.99)


I think this succeeds in its goal of being a simple "anybody can play" app, while still expecting the user to develop a sense of rhythm. Nothing is sanitized or quantized so you at least have to play along rather than mindlessly tap. The track and synth selection is limited, but this is easily worth the asking price. Here is a demo from the developer.

Review: Rhythm Cat - Learn to Read Music

Simone brings us a hard hitting look at Rhythm Cat, a game for learning to read music notation.

She is even running a contest! If you can get to Level 15 be sure to let her know, for a shout-out in her next video.

Buy Rhythm Cat Pro HD on iTunes: $3.99

Ümit Ortaç - Open the Door, Go Inside

Turkish YouTubers 4 Parça Akustik Müzik (4 Piece Acoustic Music) share this solo performance by member Ümit Ortaç, playing an original song on guitar with GarageBand. Excellent production value here. There is also this beautiful cover of Time After Time.

Buy Garageband on iTunes: $4.99

Pure Acid on Monotribe & Lemur

Palm Sounds found this fun Acid jam from inbetweenmovements. Here he's using the drums on a Korg Monotribe with Lemur controlling AudioRealism BassLine 2, a VST TB-303 emulation from the makers of technoBox 2.

Buy Lemur on iTunes: $49.99

Musyc - By DM-1 Developer Fingerlab

Fingerlab have released Musyc, which is essentially just a music toy, but without a doubt the most advanced toy yet! This is a physics-based bouncy-balls-make-noises app, but with the addition of a large range of instrument sounds and excellent features like per-track mixing. They promise Audiobus and MIDI sync in future updates, but Fingerlab do not have a particularly good track record on timeliness when it comes to fulfilling their feature promises; it took over a year to get MIDI in DM-1!

Musyc iTunes Description:

Musyc is a fun and innovative music application where touch turns into music. No use of piano keyboard or partitions, draw shapes and listen to your piece of music while viewing sounds bouncing on the screen. Enjoy the 64 instruments (organized into 16 groups) exclusively created and produced at Fingerlab music studio as well as all the exciting and new physical and music tools provided in Musyc.

Musyc is free and its full version is available through in-app purchases. ($3.99)

Warning: Musyc is not compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3 and iPod touch 4.

Features:

  • Optimized for iPhone 5 and new iPad
  • High quality sound engine
  • Ultra-realistic physical engine
  • Audio track mixer (level, pitch, length, pan, mute)
  • 2 effect channels with 5 effects (Delay, Overdrive, Reverb, Dalek, Compressor)
  • Physical sequencer
  • Motion recorder
  • Advanced physical objects (planet, black hole, modulator, …)
  • Real-time audio recording
  • High-quality or compressed exports (DropBox, SoundCloud, Mail, AudioCopy and iTunes)

Buy Musyc on iTunes: Freemium ($3.99 Unlock IAP)


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