A collaborative sequencer on Android
We thought that Apple’s iOS was the most advanced regarding audio apps, but Android will be the first to offer a collaborative sequencer.
Just like OhmStudio on PC, GrooveCloud allows for real time music creation between various devices on Android, thanks to the Cloud.
GrooveCloud allows for editing sounds, MIDI notes, tracks, mix channels, etc. The audio engine offers native audio I/O, 8 tracks (instruments and drum kits), a mixer with reverb and delay, 8 patterns and an ADSR envelope per note. The length tracks created is unlimited and it will be possible to export creations to the social networks as well as in WAV and OGG formats.
That is what the early Beta version is currently offering, we hope that the features will extend, with plug-in supports for example.
If you want to test the beta version of GrooveCloud, you can register for free at groovecloud.co.
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