Developers have announced that NodeBeat – a node-based audio sequencer that was previously only available for iOS devices – is now available for Android.
- Adjustable Node Physics
- Drag & drop to add and remove nodes
- Pitch Shift Audio
- Adjustable Tempo (BPM) & Note Beat
- Creative Sound Sculpting: Echo, Attack, Decay, Release
- Audio Waveform Adjustment (Sine, Triangle, Sawtooth, Square)
- Drum and Octave (pitched) Generators
- Landscape and Portrait Views
- Stereo Panning
- Record and email audio file
- Start/Stop Octave Generators by double tapping
- Sleep Timer for falling asleep to NodeBeat
- Shake to Clear Screen
Android has been playing catch up with iOS as a music platform since it was introduced, but has been held back by some limitations of Android, a more fragmented platform and users less willing to spend money on apps. Crossovers, like this, suggest that Android may be heating up as a platform for music apps.
What do you think? Is Android going to become another thriving platform for music apps?