By Zimusoft, Inc.
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Want to create studio quality songs on your iPad? Let your creative juices flow with thousands of sound files recorded by professional musicians and create your own studio quality songs without a guitar, keyboard or even the ability to play an instrument. Think of it as your own iPad band ready to play for you 24/7.
Create songs not just beats by choosing any major or minor chord! Chords are grouped by key and presets are available.
Select from 12 Acoustic Guitars, Drums, Basses, Electric Guitars, Keyboards, and Synths or chose from one of the sound presets.
Create intro, chorus, bridge, etc… using the various pages in the Score panel.
Turn instruments on or off and control how loud they’ll play in the Mixer.
If you're expecting an iPad experience like the web version ..... you're out of luck. I find it very tacky to name instrument variations with a number like Guitar 1, Guitar 2 etc. I really bought this thinking that I was getting an iPad version of the free online app but that just isn't the case. Also .... why no wav or mp3 export???? Charging $9.99 with very few features is very bad business and I would advise others to save their money. All this is good for is an aid in learning chord progressions but there's plenty other apps out there that do that for much less money. I'm removing this from my iPad, I can't get my money back but maybe I can save others from making a $10 mistake. I'm thinking this app was created to get people to pay the $25. for the upgraded online features which I was thinking of doing but not now after being tricked into this app.
Make this like the online app, include an export feature, include copy/paste and this will be worth the $10 and I'll change my review to a 5 star but for now as it is .... it's worthless.
Where are all the sounds?
I have enjoyed the online version of the program. But unless I am missing something, there are only twelve sound patterns per instrument available, vs the online program, which has over fifty patterns available per instrument.
Also, it seems that the instrument choices are locked in. You can't leave off a synth and use 4 EGuitars, for example.
If this app can be improved til it at least matches the free version online, it might be worth paying for. At this point you are further ahead with just using the demo version online. I hope the company adds more features, as I really have enjoyed the original online version. This app shouldn't have been available for purchase until these limitations are removed. The promotional material is quite misleading. That said, updates improve it, I would love to change my rating to a five. Right now, however, it is a total waste of money.
if anyone finds I am inaccurate, please correct me, as I don't want to discourage others from purchasing it unnecessarily.
Nothing like the website. Almost useless entirely. Worse, they won't return my money and they don't even offer a support email address or anything.