A complete collection of diatonic accordions for practice and play.
- Authentic look and studio quality sound.
- Built-in songbook with hundreds of titles and scale tutorials.
- Low latency for realistic playing experience.
- New studio quality sounds.
- Updated graphics.
- New layouts.
- Scale tutorials.
- Scrolling in songs.
- Reverb effect.
- Lower latency and faster startup.
Ratings and Reviews
The sound sort of improved but now it resets all the settings every time it's closed which is ANNOYING!
Doesn't sound very good at all, frustrating to play.
I think the bottom line with this app is that it just doesn't sound very good or demonstrate any real care by the developer for actual players of the instrument.
Sure it has a lot of layouts in one app (in reality most players only play one or two button layouts/tunings at most anyway) and is fairly responsive, but at the end of the day it just sounds very tinny and artificial, only made worse by the odd sounding reverb (notes get cut off like it's a sustain rather than true spatial reverb) and dry/wet options.
There are some other fundamental usability issues particularly with the two-row accordions on the iPhone version that are very frustrating to play and make them useless for traditional Irish players.
The biggest difference between this and the Hohner-branded SqueezeBox apps is that on the Hohner apps every note is indvidually recorded from a real instrument and optimized for best sound, giving a very realistic experience. This app sounds to me like all the sounds are synthetically generated.
I think most players will find this app very unsatisfying to play. Save your money.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.