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Create Music On The iPad By Stretching And Shrinking On-Screen Waveforms

Create Music On The iPad By Stretching And Shrinking On-Screen Waveforms
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The Samplr app puts advanced mixing and recreating of your favorite music right at your fingertips.

Andrew Vaterlaus-Staby
  • 15 november 2012

Created by Marcos Alonso, Samplr lets you make music and play with sound in a new and intuitive way by letting you touch and manipulate the waveforms directly with your fingers. It allows you to explore the melody and texture of sound using the different play modes and create your music compositions with a gesture recorder.

With an interface designed for live performance, Samplr gives the musician quick and precise access to all the instrument functionality at any time. Unlike other apps that try to recreate real life instruments or interaction concepts from traditional computers Samplr was designed from the very beginning for Multi-Touch devices.

See it in action in the video below:

Samplr is available now on iTunes for $4.99.

Samplr

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