Gestrument iPad Multitouch Instrument
Developers Jesper Nordin and Jonatan Liljedahl have released a new app, Gestrument, that translates gestures into MIDI.
Gestrument is designed to let you improvise or compose within the scales and rhythms you choose. You can use parameters like pulse density, scale morphing, rhythm randomness or pitch fluctuation to define how gestures are translated into notes. You can play on up to eight instruments at once – all with different individual settings.
- Play and compose music with the swipe of your finger
- Generate music within defined scales and rhythms
- Improvise within a controlled musical framework
- Use the internal GM sound bank or your favorite MIDI synthesizer
- Use Gestrument to control other iOS apps or external MIDI programs through a MIDI interface or Network MIDI
- Create and save your own presets and share with your friends or download new presets from www.gestrument.com.
Pricing & Availability:
Gestrument is $7.99 in the App Store.
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