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(music app) Rhythm Studio 4.99->.99 (universal)

12-15-2012, 04:09 PM
#1
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(music app) Rhythm Studio 4.99->.99 (universal)

It's a bit like a tiny Tabletop...well, tiny if you use it on your iPhone. Multiple synth emulators and other equipment; no iaps either. A steal for a buck, though it's not really meant for novices.


12-15-2012, 04:13 PM
#2
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It's just so freaking neat having real life music machines transported into your pocket. That's it...if Eli gives me his blessing, I'm starting a website called TouchArpade
12-15-2012, 11:16 PM
#3
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Wow this looks awesome. How steep is the learning curve? I mean, I'm no beginner at these things but I'm no pro, either.
12-15-2012, 11:59 PM
#4
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Great app!

Not a lot of learning curve, just think of a 16 beat pattern and just play!

Part of the joy of making music with "less" is that you can have happy accidents and that sometimes having too many options bog down one's creativity.

This app is a fun throwback to older step sequenced hardware and the UI/etc are intuitive and very well done.

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12-16-2012, 12:06 AM
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Originally Posted by drelbs View Post
Great app!

Not a lot of learning curve, just think of a 16 beat pattern and just play!

Part of the joy of making music with "less" is that you can have happy accidents and that sometimes having too many options bog down one's creativity.

This app is a fun throwback to older step sequenced hardware and the UI/etc are intuitive and very well done.
I only recently bought it and have been playing with the synths manually...as if they were the real physical devices. Hence my comment on the steep learning curve. Ya gots to know what all the buttons and knobs do. Or just play with 'em for a while.
12-16-2012, 12:21 AM
#6
Joined: May 2010
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Awesome, thanks for the impressions. I think I'll buy!