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Volotic is an experimental nonlinear sequencer by artist Scott Garner. What does that even mean? It means a fun way to create songs for everyone, with no musical experience required.<br><br>In Volotic, you compose a song by arranging a selection of "towers" on a grid. Each tower has a different function for creating beats, modifying beats or triggering instruments.<br><br>Here are some points with bullets next to them:<br><br>• Over fifty tower types with more on the way.<br>• A selection of demo compositions to get you started.<br>• No musical experience is required, preset scales and arpeggios keep things sounding nice.<br>• Manual tuning for advanced control.<br>• 3D sound—drag your music to focus on different sections.<br>• Easily record and share your composition with Everyplay.<br>• Tons of new towers and handy features in Plus Mode.<br><br>Volotic was selected for inclusion in the App Store Best of 2015. Neat!
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This app proposes a much more fun way to create music!
No instructions. No sound(!) (yes I'm unmuted and the sound is maxed) and no play button. No save functionality unless you pay. Not that it matters since you can't hear $*%t coming from my new iPhone 7 plus. Lame. Don't even bother. Edit: found the instructions buried under "app support" in the app store. They are useless.
And no controls for background audio.
I'm enjoying playing with this app; I would recommend it to friends. Though I have a list of features I would like to see in future versions. 1. I want to be able to change the frequency of the emitters; especially relative to each other. I can then create complex rhythms. This would necessitate a "stop/restart" feature so that I can ensure that everything syncs up. 2. I definitely want to be able to assign instruments to different channels so that I can create stereo effects. 3. I want to change the volume of an instrument. 4. I want a "record" feature that allows me to save to an mp3. 5. Want to be able to share my creations with others. As I mentioned it's a cute fun app. I have a distinct feeling it could be a killer app. Thanks.
Pretty much everything you come up using this app is going to sound very similar (download the app and check out the demos). This is due in part to the nature of the type of interface in use in this and app, and many other app like it in the iTunes store. Unfortunately this block grid with modules to be placed on the grid to produce or modulate the sound style of interface makes compositions that just too rigid and repetitious for my ear. While a few additional controls would help ease the problems, a way to change the tempo and volume would be a start, for these types of apps are interesting for about 15 or 20 minutes and that's about it.
Developed by Scott Garner.
Volotic is ranking in Music & Music & Games
Last update was at Oct 28, 2016and the current version is 1.0.17.
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Volotic have a 8a user reviews.
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