I've released my first Cinder-based music toy a couple of weeks ago
– and I couldn't share it earlier due to being away from home and
locked out of my account due to two-factor authentication, but I
The app in itself is pretty simple, but it comes from a long
three-years stint (aka, my PhD) in which I studied music education apps,
and learned the value of keeping them super-simple. I imagine the app
can be used in itself to just play around, but can also be used by kids
and parents together – there's an argument that says that, being
exposed to certain patterns, make you sensitized to them, hence the
somewhat "limited" scales should pass on the notion of
"notes that sound right". Lots of retrospective stuffing, here
Anyway, the app is also a way of putting myself out there,
showing the world that I exist and can actually do stuff, so if you
could spread the word, it be very much appreciated.
Thanks, I spent a while looking for the right samples (yes, they are
I do have plans to have it running on Android, but first I have to get a
device for testing.
It isn't using ci::audio, for now it's using Peter Stuart's EPS Sampler which is quite
iOS-specific and offers a very simple MIDI interface. I might consider
porting to ci::audio for the Android release. Any pointers?
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