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Description

The New Music Player–
The “New iTunes”,
The Killer Music App for Artists, Poets, Lyricists, People who Dream

Displays your music in a simple way – Nothing but.
What iTunes should be.
(And in a light, colorful simple interface.)



• A MUSIC PLAYER MADE FOR MUSIC- AND THE ART
For artists, music aficionados, people who dream by day and night…
Displays your music in grids of artists for fuller selection of what to listen to by a smoke or a cry.
Or nothing but Albums elegantly displayed with their art, your albums in a collection view.
Tracks displayed in a simpler utilitarian jukebox interface– where you could find a random track to bop to.



• THE ALBUM
Tap an Album and…
An Album displays in a realistic interface, just like a real album… Like analogous to a Record you hold in your hand.
Dignifying the Art and the art form, showcasing the Album for album listening (and nothing but).



All as it should be.




FEATURES
4 Main Views

• Artists
A full on chart/grid of artist selection
(Not a mere list… rather more for a creative)

• Albums
Your albums, nothing but.

• Records
Record cover flow rather built- more in to the app.

• Tracks
Old- style new jukebox interface of tracks.




INCLUDING/FEATURING:
Lightspeed program built- into the TurnTable Package.
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Your music is re- tuned and played at the original musical tuning of 432Hz (with the original crystalline frequencies).
It sounds lighter, brighter, more colourful… and brings your consciousness and mind WAY UP… *!

You have to hear it and play it to believe it. Day from night difference.

You can hear rainbows and waves in the strings. Color in the bass.
Explosions of light even, if you have any good fortune.
Harmonies beyond worlds, you haven’t heard music in any way before this.
You’ll never want to listen to music any other way.

This is a main feature of TurnTable. Music in Colour.



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More details- 432Hz vs. 440Hz.
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Rather than down, as the conventional/current “standard” of 440Hz dissonant musical tuning does.
432Hz tuning contains all the original crystalline harmonics of music; 440Hz contains none; and thus obviously sounds/is dark.
432Hz music promotes right- and left- brains – a holistic mind with the right brain. (The right brain, dreams and creativity.)
440Hz music is dissonant and dark… and promotes only the darker, more male and dark left brain at that. (not even the one in its right mind…)

432Hz music is really the only way to listen to music. The only tuning that is truly musical.
440Hz is dark and dissonant, arrogant “adapted” ears (reminds of listening to work rush hour/ rush act… listening to stress by “adaptation”).

Anyone who disagrees simply doesn’t know yet – based on nothing but misconceptions. ]

What’s New

Version 3.2.3

- Fixed music playback.

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

AndrewJacksonsBigToe ,

Curiously interesting

I bought TurnTable on a lark, thinking it might be really interesting to hear my music at 432 Hz.

I can report a few of things from the experience:

1. My music didn't sound any different with respect to tuning. Maybe the difference between 432 and 440 Hz is not that perceivable to human hearing, I don't know.
2. My music did sound like it had been run through a muddy filter. Not what I expected from a music playback app, 432 Hz or not.
3. I have Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Greatest Hits (2008) in my library. I queued up track 5, “I Need To Know", in both iTunes and TurnTable. iTunes played the studio recorded version, while TurnTable somehow played a live concert recording of the song! Incroyable! I don't have live concert Tom Petty in my library, so I am amazed, bewildered, flabbergasted, gobsmacked (pick any two).

I feel like I may have been snookered with this purchase. Definitely asking for a refund.

Your experience may be different, so try out TurnTable if you're curious. That said, you might have an equally pleasant experience listening to your iTunes music while wearing some quartz earrings to reverberate the organic harmonics of the sound back to their mathematical consistency with the universe before it enters your ear canal. Or just buy some good headphones.

P.S. Also not a fake review. I *wish* someone had paid me to write this.

Toy Needle ,

Not so good

Installed it, selected an album to play and it played...something else entirely. In fact, it never got it right. My iTunes library is in working order, but somehow this app was reading from either a library in "Previous Libraries" or some other library. Good luck, I like the idea. But, maybe a v1.0 will get it right.
PS. This is not a fake review

Developer Response ,

Playback is fixed and always works now, although it had some obscure bug that rarely appeared a while back.. Cited just to name something wrong in yet another fake review. People "paid" to do this.

[Disclaimer- Someone rigged a "Bad review troll brigade" on this app... Too high of quality, TPTB? Happens rarely in human history, reminds of Tesla, with the 432Hz tuning being "too much", made by too good of a guy/group... ]

Mookrit ,

Doesn’t Support Apple Music | Interface is okay at best | Searching is bizarre

First part is self explanatory – the app doesn’t find music that is downloaded through Apple Music, including stuff saved for offline playing. There’s also no way to change which directory the app is looking for files in, so that’s not an option.

The artist interface doesn’t look particularly nice – artists don’t show up in any particular order, and there doesn’t seem to be a setting for it. The individual artist view (just an artist’s specific albums) is nice because it focuses on the artwork. The album view looks nice enough but, again, nothing is in any particular order which really irks me – if you have a sizeable enough music collection, scrolling through and looking for something in particular is well nigh impossible unless you know exactly what the album looks like. The records view is a random scroll through of album artwork with no other information about the album (artist, album name) displayed. The individual album view is not that nice either. Only very minimal designing has actually gone into this app which claims to be all about its design.

Searching is bizarre – if you type a letter, it picks the first album that begins with that letter and shows it to you. Same goes for searching in the artist view instead.

Why on earth was this app an “app we love"? Did someone even open it before picking it? I only paid a dollar for it and I think I overpaid.

Developer Response ,

Does indeed work well with the  Music Library.

The artist/columns interface works fucking well as well. Frail physically inept poor people use it daily to great effect... Um...

Another fake review.

[Disclaimer- Someone rigged a "Bad review troll brigade" on this app... Too high of quality, TPTB? Happens rarely in human history, reminds of Tesla, with the 432Hz tuning being "too much", made by too good of a guy/group... ]

Information

Seller
Andrew Kazmierski
Size
1.3 MB
Category
Music
Compatibility

macOS 10.13 or later, 64-bit processor

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2014-2019 Aquarius Computer
Price
$4.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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