Annoydio has a grid of pads which you can assign, manipulate, and play sounds. There are several built in sounds you can assign to any of the pads. In the Library you can create your own custom sounds using your device's microphone. You can also add custom sounds through iTunes file sharing.
You can manipulate the sounds by changing the frequency, playing in reverse, looping, adding effects such as distortion and delay. You can also change parameters such as attack, decay, sustain, and release.
You can connect a MIDI keyboard and play the current sound with full polyphony. On the iPad version there is a popup keyboard. Annoydio also supports Inter-App Audio as a sound module and MIDI device. You can use Annoydio as an instrument to add beats or effects to songs in apps like Garage Band.
Short demonstration video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzuQhLxMxeM
- Update for iOS 9
- Minor visual bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
This app is okay but needs some work. There need to be more sounds but what sounds there are sound good enough. I don't like the way the samples speed up the higher the note you play, I know it's a two dollar app but if this could be fixed it would definitely raise this apps quality. Audio Paste is a must. All in all it has potential. More stars if updates prove useful.
Cool app! Tons of sounds to create all genres of music!
Can't record on a pad interface?
This is not what it seems to be .importing from iTunes is lame.so far no good .i hate when weekend warriors design apps.or people who dangle carrots.this should have come with a grid to compose some beats at least.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.