I would not be wrong but it seems to me that a year / two ago, a user asked to make a modular app caustic, because he had found one on the Play store, but it was messy. Therefore, I think I have found the app that could suit this user (it should still be active here).
hey Daniele, this Hexen app is pretty new. it was released last month, so it's definitely not this one.
but I have to say, it looks good! it is a bit messy, yes, there's some bugs. and it sounds... ok, but not amazing (maybe I don't really know how to use it, though).
still, it's interesting, and fun. and given that it's so new, I think it has good potential. thanks for sharing :-)
Hey lol great minds do think alike!!!
I just recently updated this (( two - day!! )) and the developers r pretty cool the just left mi a comment two my comment on their app. (( and i had the app since last week. ))
They r a company of vr development.
Soooooo they r stretching their skills with the mod euro rack.
Ohhh they mention they will do a walk thru tutorial of all features eventually.
Hey.... I was gonna post something about the modular..... Damm. I will. Gimme a sec.
@EI, no problem. :)
Yes, very recent indeed.
@derrtiblu, ah thanks for the link, I have seen it now. A tutorial would be interesting (especially for me who consider myself a bit denied with modular). XD
Just demoed it tonight and purchased it right away. Incredibly cool app and sounds fantastic if you know how to tweak modular synths. The Fish Tank and Lotto sequencers alone are worth the price of admission. You can create unbelievably cool textures and soundscapes.
Is that as good as the one in the caustic modular?
RHOMBUS ARE AWESOME!
I would just say it's different. Both have their pros and cons, strengths and weaknesses. What I found was that it opened up new ways for me to compose. And they compliment each other very well.
I've also been using Roland's Zenbeats and Zentracker, both very good. The ability to program drums in Zenbeats is amazing, for example having different different fx and eq for every single drum etc. and programming velocities is much easier. It also supports complex polyrhyms like having one pattern in 7/8 and next in 5/4, things like that. Instant click to reverse a sample, 32nd and 64th note triplets... some pretty crazy stuff. And the fx, particulary the reverb, compressor and delay, are really good. You can set different delay times and feedback on the left and right channels.
I'm starting to use all 4 programs along with Soundcamp, which also has a few cool features and sounds, and mix the results of all of them in Zentracker.