Simple Music is a novel arrangement of notes to VISUALLY and EASILY provide for playing music. SLIDING your finger from any point ALWAYS produces CHORDS. The higher importance notes and chords always surround them. It is indeed the simplest approach to playing music, with so much musical sense, it might as well become the future keyboard.
You can play COMPLETE SONGS and even ACCOMPANY A SINGER on a full song.
Simple Music lets you play the piano among three instrument collection options of pianos, guitars, and pads on its full version.
Besides its NOVEL arrangement and SUPERB sounds, Simple Music provides for recording, a chords reference, metronome and midi controlling.
Musicians to be, SURPRISE YOURSELF, veteran musicians... ENJOY.
⋆⋆⋆ Free Audiobus support ⋆⋆⋆
For more information visit www.keynotestar.com.
⋆ Minor bug fixes
⋆ New icon
Ratings and Reviews
Good, like it...but...
This is a very interesting music app with a novel concept where the non-chording notes are (re)moved to give you a 1st, 3rd, 5th key sequence side by side. Your fingers can fall on naturally to form a C, hop to a G, etc. without the need to span unused keys.
Okay, what’s missing? Courtesy for one. I’m here because a pop up forced me here “at my convenience.” That wasn’t nice. I was just starting to get a feel of playing and boop, I kicked out.
I’m pretty sure I paid for some of the instruments I no longer have, so that wasn’t nice either. But the upgrade price includes new stuff, so I’m not too torqued. It’s not like I ever learned to use the Jamaican xylophone, or the main instrument for that matter.
Why not? Well, it requires me to go into settings to turn off the page swipe, which is on Apple for making that hard to do. With it enabled, the instrument cannot be played with 4 fingers without bumping into the page swipe. Bad behavior, and I don’t want to turn off the swipe. So, the miss is that the app does not provide a means of turning off the swipe temporarily. That could be as simple as a button that takes me to that setting to turn it off then back on when I’m done. That is missing and puts me off the instrument.
Otherwise, highly recommended for those who don’t swipe.
Good but Disappointed
For years now on this app one of the toggles when you press it says its coming soon. It’s been over two years and no update and that shows that you guys aren’t dedicated to making the best app you possibly can. It’s easy to use and i like it. I hate on the bottom right corner there is the toggle that brings up other apps and it’s in the way right on one of the keys so I always press it and it’s annoying. Also I would like to get ride of the button that brings up the how to use the app part that you have to press the next button a over and over to close it. I think there should be videos instead showing how it works and more in depth ways to use it more effectively so you could create at least a melody, even with little to no experience.
The piano part is intuitive and smart, and it would be great to use when I can't come up with good choruses for my songs or maybe to just mess around with, but it's almost unuseable due to the ads for similar products. You only get one row of keys and the rest are covered up by ads that I can't seem to get rid of. Also it's constantly pushing for me to buy their bundle pack or whatnot. Maybe if I spent money on it all that would go away but I'm not really wanting to find out.
- Keynote Star Inc
- 69.2 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2014 Juan C. Vélez-Gallego
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock Instruments $1.99
- Full Version $2.99
- Advanced Features $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.