Enjoy the mobile version of the generative music application that millions enjoyed through the web, with your iOS device!
If you want to see what Otomata is about, play with it through the web player first: http://batu.in/otomata
Otomata is a generative musical instrument that anyone with or without a music training can enjoy. You just need to create an initial scene on the cellular grid by tapping on the screen (simple as that!), and Otomata will generate and play endless melodies with beautiful visuals for your enjoyment.
When you are satisfied with your piece, you are able to share it with the world using your favorite social networking site, using just your mobile device.
This version of Otomata has:
* 40 hand picked musical scales for you to play with
* Flexible tempo
* Loaded with best presets chosen by the Otomata community
* Preset Load/Save support
* Twitter and Facebook integration to share your music with the world
* Support for playing your endless pieces when you lock your device. Press play, lock your device and do your thing with a soothing and constantly evolving musical background!
* HD graphics for Retina display
Otomata will surprise you with your musical skills (whether or not you think they actually exist).
Various bug fixes that make the app compatible with all the new devices.
Ratings and Reviews
Still lacks functionality
The core concept of the app works great. Where it falls short(at least on my 5S) is the screen getting jammed and unable to save and type in a title, they overlap and I can't title things or even save them with any distinction. The Facebook share functionality just flat out doesn't work. When I click the button a Facebook type frame comes up and immediately dismisses itself. I would love to use this app to its fullest but it seems that it is still in early stages of its iOS development. In the future it would be awesome to be able to save the files and use them as alarm sounds.
MIDI Development Progress?
I love this app so much but am wondering whatever happened to developing Midi out and sync features. It really would be fun to drive an analog synth with this app. Thank you.
Interesting but flawed
An interesting sequencer that I think I might have used -- were it not for the pops and buzzing in the sound. And this was not due to collisions either, I had one note in each lane and all vertical and it was doing it. Fix the noise problem and it might be a cool little app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.