O-Gawa (Ou-Gawa) consists on touching objects synchronized with rhythm loops. Loops play back can also be designated. The manipulation is really simple and is the best suited for real time performance.
FMScreen turns the iPhone into a musical instrument: an FM Synthesizer. Play, improvise, compose. Imagine the Theremin’s younger relative, only it fits in your pocket. Tap and slide your fingers on the iPod […]
Piano goes bi-dimensional! In the beginning of tablets they made piano-sounding apps with piano-like interfaces. If you ever tried to play something on one of those apps you should have noticed that all […]
SynthPad is an instrument inspired by the interface of the Korg Kaossilator family of devices. Instead relying on piano keys to register notes, SynthPad uses a dedicated touch surface to control the sounds. […]
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