By Skilpadde Labs Inc.
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Dingsaller is a workspace for creating algorithmic compositions.
"There's a lot of complexity hidden in a very simple interface." - the-palm-sound.blogspot.com
"Music app junkies, this belongs in your collection" - Robert West
Patch together a complex graph of music generating nodes, synths, and effects and control them with a touch.
- Synths and Sampler Instruments
- Digital Effects
- Pattern Sequencer
- Random Note Generators
- Touch and Tilt Controllers
- MIDI Input and Output
- Audio Copy / Paste
What's New in Version 1.81
New FM Node - Frequency Modulation instrument.
New RangeSplit Node - Route notes based on pitch value.
Multi-Tap Gestures for output node mixer controls.
Tempo - Fine increment control.
Sliding panels now respond to a tap instead of a swipe.
Bug fixes and interface improvements.
Retina Display updates.
Wish list: I wish it wouldn't crash
This is a lot of fun to play music with, but is just too unstable to actually be useful. In addition to frequent crashes (say, 6 during the last hour), the auto-save mechanism is not up to iOS standards. Because an app can be terminated at any time, well written apps should save at every configuration change. I've done 10 or 15 minutes of work on a song file, had the app crash, and have found upon relaunching it that none of that work had been saved in the song file before the crash; the song was in the same state it was before all that work had been done. After having played with this thing for several hours, I do have a wish list for additional features, but none of those wishes is as important as basic stability and reliability are.