Wallander WI Orchestra
WI Orchestra is a full orchestral library and composition tool for iPhone and iPad.
You can create and record orchestral music on the iPhone, layer by layer, using the instruments and built-in recording features of WI Orchestra. You can choose between a range of orchestral strings, brasswinds, woodwinds, saxophones and percussion.
When starting WI Orchestra for the first time, press the "play" button to listen to the included demo song, which was made with the WI Orchestra app.
WI Orchestra features a velocity sensitive keyboard (requires iOS 4.0 or higher) allowing you to play different dynamics by touching the keyboard harder of softer. The simplest way to use WI Orchestra is to choose one of the dynamics presets (pp, p, mp, mf, f or ff) and play only using the keyboard.
You can work on as many as 98 different projects at a time, according to WI, and export your songs to your computer, as *.wav files, via the "Apps" tab in iTunes (requires iOS 4.0 or higher). iOS devices with less than 256 MB RAM are capable of 1 minute length projects (iPhone 3GS and earlier) while iPhone 4 and iPads are capable of 5 minute length projects.
For those who are unfamiliar with orchestral music, each instrument in WI Orchestral comes with a picture and description of the instrument.
WI Orchestra is a universal iOS app.
Contents (Instruments marked with * are included for free)
- Double Basses
- Violins Pizzicato
- Violas Pizzicato
- Cellos Pizzicato
- Double Basses Pizzicato
- Piccolo Trumpet
- Bass Trombone
- French Horn
- Wagner Tuba
- Alto Flute
- Bass Flute
- Bass Clarinet
- English Horn
- Sopranino Saxophone
- Soprano Saxophone
- Alto Saxophone
- Tenor Saxophone*
- Baritone Saxophone
- Bass Saxophone
- Mixed percussion (Bass Drum, Toms, Bongos, Castanets, Triangle, Cymbal, Gong, Snare, Tambourine, Wood block, Tam-tam)
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