The iPad has opened up a world of wonders for portable music creation for artists around the world, with a wide variety of apps available to make music creation a cinch. However, many of these apps have had the all important prerequisite of actually knowing how to make music. For those of us that couldn’t recognize a simple chord progression to save our lives but want to make some nifty music, there’s RGBSOUND. This sequencer app offers a variety of simple electronic beats and notes to play. It’s possible to just randomly flail about to make a bunch of noise at first, but then the the ability to start loops, modify the speed of loops, volume, and pitch, all through simple gesture-based controls. The initial screen at launch may not make much sense, but after a couple minutes and some playing around with the app, it becomes simple enough to master. There are no audio export options, so creations would just have to be recorded through the standard audio output ports, sadly. RGBSOUND is available right now as a universal app for $0.99.
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