Winner of the "Most technically impressive" award in the Ray Wenderlich Readers' App Awards 2014!
“I never knew how Chiptunes actually worked before playing around with this app. Very cool and definitely got me in a retro vibe!” – Ray Wenderlich
“A crazy mashup of circuit design and music making: Wire together circuits to lay down some cool jams.” – Nick Lockwood
“SPICE meets garage band.” – Erik Kerber
Chiptunes Pro lets you make retro music the way it should be made - with chips! Build your circuit to lay down drum beats, basslines, and tunes. No knowledge of electronics needed!
Chiptunes Pro includes all the components that are available in the free Chiptunes app, including those that are only available as in-app purchases.
Chiptunes Pro also includes Audiobus support: stream live audio directly to other Audiobus-compatible apps. See http://audiob.us for more information.
Update to Audiobus 2.2.1
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This is a great app the more that you mess around with it the easier it is to understand... you definitely need some sense of exploration in order to appreciate something such as this app... i have messed around for hours with this app and i think that it is fantastic.... maybe someday you can make the 'play area' larger... i am still figuring out how i can make a complete song on this with such a small area but i am sure that if i use my brain a little more i will eventually figure it out... i really enjoy this app thank you for making something so interesting we need more people like you in this world.... I havent figured out what the TNGL chips do yet.. or the ACC but i will eventually figure them out. Great app bro.
Interesting idea, but feels really unfinished
I'm really not sure how one is supposed to make music with this. The GUI isn't intuitive or sensible, and if you mess up a preset while trying to figure out how to even USE this thing, you cannot restore the preset; it just stays however you broke it. Erasing connections by swiping through them is not smart (because oops, five connections wiped out in one accidental swipe!). There's no inline info or help, and very little to explore. I'm very glad my experience of this was from it being free.
I just wonder if it’s semi correct in the electronics world? If so then it’s best ever. Yeah it’s hard but I think that’s because it’s accurate parts.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.