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Android Music Apps

I have an android phone with a few great music apps.

I don't connect to Google, so the only apps I can get are the ones that appear in the Amazon App Store.

Caustic kind of ended up being a bust, it is just too tedious to work with.

Yesterday, I discovered G-Stomper Rhythm, and G-Stomper Studio. The latter includes the former, so I didn't really need to get both.

These are fantastic apps. I was also very pleasantly surprised at the low latency. It's the best response performance I've experienced on my android.

The rhythmic flexibility is great. Even though the app doesn't quite do time-signatures right, there is a proper step rate function that works as it should.

I had a great email exchange with the developer and there are some powerhouse features in an upcoming version called G-Stomper Producer. He was very open to the idea of adding additional step rates to make it dream mobile sequencer. I never expected that this would be on my android and not my iPad.
February 17, 2019  | favorite_border stub
The only other two apps I'll mention for Android are Metronomics which is one of a kind, and PitchLab which is the best-in-class mobile tuning app (also one-of-a-kind).

I know there are loads more apps for Android, but because I don't do Google, my options on Amazon are limited.
February 19, 2019  | favorite_border stub
Lately before had a partial switch to iOS I was impressed by two music studio apps for Android, and both are cross-platform btw:
- FL Studio
- Stagelight
FL studio is definitely worth to try, they have long history in desktop world, and their attitude is very broad and comprehensive, at least for electronic music creation.
Oh, and there's Bebot on Android for a while, but, to me, without FX and Audiobus-kinda app it less worthy.

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