2 Billion Free Songs
By Matthew Mitchell
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
Want over 2 billion songs? This app can give them to you for free. This is possible because the app generates it's own music using convincing computer composition and synthesis.
This app generates random instruments through software synthesis techniques including FM synthesis and sound envelopes. The app uses zero pre-recorded sounds, and it generates music compositions based upon a range of music theory. The app also produces a 3D effect which can be heard with headphones.
You can play a random song once, play a random song looped over or play a sequence of many random songs.
You can also type in a name for a song and the app will play the same song each time you type in the same name. If you find a good nane, you can share it and play the song on other devices.
Every song is different and there are over 2 billion combinations, you may be surprised with what the app can generate.
What's New in Version 1.3
Much better sound quality.
Improved music generation algorithm.
Bad and crashes
This app closes when I try to search a song, and I tried "I Would" by One Direction, and it started beeping, so I searched gangnam style, and it closed -___- I would NEVER recommend this to anyone... EVER
This app doesn't provide any kind of instruction and crashes whenever you press pause. It's ridiculous.
Sick and the best songs
You peappel ho maid this is sick
- Category: Entertainment
- Updated: Sep 27, 2012
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 1.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Matthew L Mitchell
- © 2012 Matthew Mitchell
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.