Make Me Music
By Bu Who Entertainment Corporation
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Play your bread box or didgeridoo, make water glasses sing, or pluck a kalimba and let's MAKE ME MUSIC! Welcome to the sound garden, a world where everything you tap becomes a musical instrument. Learn about melodies, rhythms, glissandos and more.
Illustrated by Alan Aldridge, "His Royal Master of Images to Their Majesties The Beatles", this fun and funky first music game for is for ages 3+.
*24 animated instruments including found objects like pots and pans, and unusual classical world instruments like the marimba
*3 original instrumental melody tracks to play along with
*12 unique rhythm palettes
*RECORD and SHARE feature that lets you email your creation to friends and family
"Play Along" feature with the pre-recorded melodies allows you to create endless compositions with a variety of rhythms.
For a "Free-Play" experience, just turn off the melodies and create a sound track all your own.
Make Me Music is FeeFiFoFun's second app. Be sure to check out "Flutterby Butterflies", our award-winning app for pre-readers.
FeeFiFoFun is experiential ART by big artists for little artists. We are mums and dads who, by profession are artists, designers and writers with such acts as Pink Floyd, Cirque du Soleil and Blue Man Group. FeeFiFoFun is our creative brainchild that we want to share with you to inspire your budding artists, poets, readers and writers, explorers, environmentalists, scientists and fun loving children across the globe and into imaginary galaxies.
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MAKE ME MUSIC makes kids dance
What a cool app. Make your own tunes with funky animated instruments...The creators must have had fun making this app, because it's fun for parents too. The kids love exploring the sound garden and composing their own music. Our youngest dances to the rhythm tracks. We love the record and send feature. Who knew flowers could sing?... We're ALL going to be playing this one for a long time.
Kinda neat but 2 bucks really?
I like this better on the iPad than the iPhone. The entire playing area doesn't fit on the screen and you have to slide it (both iToys). The are some cool ideas and sounds (spiderweb etc) but I don't think it's worth $2. Okay $1.99. Make it all fit on one screen and have a variety of screens to choose from and maybe. On the other hand it takes up enough memory the way it is 104MB.
This is a delightful app to play with. Very easy to create and explore. I would say perhaps that is more of a "sound collage" app than an app that you could make traditional music with but is a gem nonetheless.