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Does just like I expected
This app does what it says it does. For those of you who are unfamiliar with guitar synth gear, the tracking and need to play cleanly so you don't trigger false notes is about where my Roland GR-20 is. Its honestly to be expected. I really liked this app and will be using it quite often. The only the recommendation I have for the developers is they need to make a way to adjust sensitivity and I had some issues with polyphony so being able to play chords would be useful, but I rarely do anything outside of soloing when I play guitar synths. Vocals I need to explore further.
David Frost on Jan 26, 2013 for MIDImorphosis
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No GarageBand
Even though the description of the product on their site is rife with references to GarageBand, the app does not work with it, as I found out when I bought the app and contacted support about the problem
Ggj1669 on Sep 20, 2012 for MIDImorphosis
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Removed from my Divice
Very disappointed,caused all kind of conflicts with other apps and Never worked as expected. Fix or remove from app store. I want a refund.
snucmill on Jun 22, 2012 for MIDImorphosis
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Pre-alpha software. Avoid.
This does not work for vocals. No matter how carefully and slowly I sing, and how I minimize vibrato, this thing cannot cope with a human voice as input. It is a joke to claim this works for vocals. For guitar input played VERY slowly, it can get most of the notes. But so can the Animoog or ThumbJam screen keyboard. With TJ there is awful noise that only goes away when you kill both apps. It's better with Animoog but be prepared to use the panic button to kill sound at end. There seems to be problems with sound threshold level detection or something. Interface is minimal and bad. No settings remembered. Waste of $5. I would love something that really does what this prototype software claims to do but does not. I am running this on a 64 GB iPad 3 so processing power should be adequate.
FlyingSinger on Apr 1, 2012 for MIDImorphosis
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Love it
I love this - super easy and fun to use. Makes writing faster and more spontaneous. Some of my recording-artist friends have been using it too - it's a great idea and I'm interested in seeing how it continues to develop...
Marintx on Mar 14, 2012 for MIDImorphosis
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Works well, good proof of concept
It's a great concept and works well. It needs a bit more to be useful to me but I would happily pay for a bigger feature set (better control over tuning speed, continuous controllers, channel settings, and virtual midi). Still, it is a fun app and anyone interested in midi should try it.
Senrabad on Feb 17, 2012 for MIDImorphosis
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