PixelWave is an experimental synth with old school pixel interface.
• multitouch arpeggiator;
• it is possible to draw waveform and play it at the same time;
• export to WAV (via iTunes File Sharing);
• copy to pasteboard;
• nine predefined waveforms;
• changeable number of octaves (from 2 to 6);
• Low-Pass filter (smoothing);
• MIDI IN support;
• Audiobus and IAA support.
Also if you want to draw the spectrum of sound, check my other app - SpectrumGen.
Fixed bug with iOS7 UI
Ratings and Reviews
Cool Ed Tool!
For those that understand Fourier theory but want to see (hear) it in action, this helps you visualize how different waveforms sound. Plus musicians can save waveforms and recordings of the onscreen play surface (amplitude & pitch x&y axis) then import them into a wave table synth or sampler to create your own instruments. Very cool! Wish it had a basic reverb instead of the echo effect, but no big deal.
very easy to use. drawing your own waveform and then playing it is AMAZING! would love to be able to adjust arrpegiation rate and such, much too fast to be useful. take some notes from the app 'bebot' on how one of these should be controlled musically. but other than that, sounds great! oh ya also the ability to adjust echo time and other perameters as well as turn arppegiation on/off, features youd expect to have. Polyphony would be AMAZING!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.