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Oct 09, 2012
New App: Free
Aug 01, 2012
App Store Description:"Muza is pretty cool and looks stunning!
It's very easy to play and can help to come up with ideas and melodies you wouldn't arrive at if you sat down and started composing on a conventional keyboard."
"Muza is a gorgeously done midi controller with its own built in smooth sounds. Quality design and control is of the essence with this app - too many controllers have a boring look and clumsy feel. However, Muza changes all that and adds a vital factor- your intuition!"
"The UI of Muza is just Splendid! The highlight of Muza is its Harmony tool, a really great feature which allows you to set the chord's interval on the Harmony keyboard. A Killer App!"
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Muza is a beautiful and easy-to-use musical instrument and MIDI controller.
It works within a selected musical scale and features a unique harmonizing tool, user-friendly side keyboard and a pitch wheel.
You can use it as a stand-alone app, or as a MIDI controller for your music hardware or software.
If you want to use it with external hardware or a computer it easily hooks up via Core MIDI and you are ready to play music.
Customize look of the app, tweak scale and behavior, save presets.
Use Muza as inspiration for your masterpieces.
* Unique "Harmony" instrument to play chords (up to 8 notes)
* 2 octave Side keyboard "Stripe" with octave shifter that plays notes within a scale (up to 4 notes)
* 2 extra pads to load one-shot or looped samples (drones, ambience, drums etc)
* Pitch wheel
* 200+ samples
* MIDI Support. Each instrument can be set to one of 16 midi channels
* Virtual MIDI
* 26 musical scales including Pentatonic, Hexatonic and Octatonic scales (with MIK scale names)
* 3D design with 18 different color schemes
* Adjustable light to suit your mood
* 128 preset slots to save your sound set, scale and options
What's new in v1.1.1Minor bug fixes.
* improved virtual MIDI
* stripe pitch bending (hold note and drag to the left)
* MIK scale names for Major and Minor