What's NewUpdated splash screen
App DescriptionWhy fool around with inadequate approximations of musical instruments when you can make real music with instruments designed specifically for the iPhone? Euphonics is best understood as a cross between generative music and keyboard apps. It is designed to put you in control of the music while making it easy to create beautiful, layered tunes in the palm of your hand. Tap out pseudo-random songs, or get more precision by turning on display aids.
Give Euphonics a try with this free version!
Visit our website at www.frozenape.com for demo videos of the full version, or follow this link: http://tinyurl.com/pdyfll
Chords are held on a warm synth pad with the touch of a button, and remain held until the next chord change. Choose from the 3 triads within a selectable major (or its relative minor) key.
Bass notes sound along with the chords, and can be triggered any time.
A customizable arpeggiator loops eighth notes. The notes played are synced with the chords. For each note, select a tone from the chord: Root, 3rd, 5th or Octave. Set individual volume for each note.
Play your melody on a piano. Tap multiple notes at a time, and bend pitches by dragging them.
Set individual volumes for each layer via the Mixer.
Turn on display of chord names and note divisions for better control over your playing.
Upgrade to the Full Version for these advanced features:
- Record and Playback
- Play all 7 diatonic triads
- Non-diatonic notes and two more octaves
- Pan adjustments for arpeggiator
- Customizable key and tempo
Planned updates for Full Version:
- More patches for all layers
- More chord types, eg. 7th chords
- Customizable chord buttons
- Many more innovations to come!
IMPORTANT: To access settings and built-in help, swipe completely from the top of the screen to the bottom. When you're done, do so in the opposite direction.
IMPORTANT: Please do a power reset after install to free up device memory before use.
NOTE: For best results, use this app with headphones or speakers.
May 25, 2009 Initial Release