The Noisemusick app is a collection of three controllable synthesizers that generate interesting chaotic sounds. Have fun creating sonic bedlam, exploring weird soundscapes, or use it to great effect in your live performances and recordings. It's squonky electric fun for the whole family!
With Noisemusick you can:
* Choose a sound to match your mood: blue, green, or pink
* Practice and probe to find interesting interactions of sound
* Discover weird oscillations
* Use it as a raw input to other filters and effects
* Run on an iphone or iPad; it's a Universal app
To start making sounds with the Noisemusick app, your body has to complete the circuit between the touch pads. Pressing the pads in different combinations will generate different frequencies and modulations. By lifting a finger or sliding the hold switch you can create rhythmic patterns of noise. Move your fingers to change the resistance between your finger and the pads, which changes the frequency and beating of the tone. On each board the knobs change the quality of the tone in different ways.
This is a Universal app from the Fluxama collective in Providence RI.
Fixed autorotation and a problem with placement of the Audiobus menu.
Ratings and Reviews
This app needs to be updated
I really enjoy both of the apps that this developer makes, but they both need to be updated. There is a warning popping up when you run both of this developers' apps that says that the apps will be non functional in future IOS updates.
Why is this app so much fun?
This app is about exploration and noises. Sometimes you might get some funky noise that's usable in a more traditional musical context. But there are plenty of synths on iOS that'll take care of that. This app makes me feel like a kid again, exploring a gadget, not quite sure what it is, or what I'm doing.
Pleeeease make a few new gizmos (as IAP if needed, or a new V2 app).
Sequencer piano roll please
Sequencing noises on a thing like this would be very cool indeed! Also more touchable parts so we could turn the focus on an octave range and or a way to tune noises within a part in a string of patterns for songs made of noises! Then your talking! But for now I just record on the fly as an audio track in my daw. And then ...I start chopping! peace Christo
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.