Audiotool Sketch For Android – A Virtual Studio With ‘Full Power Audio’

Developers had introduced Audiotool Sketch, a virtual studio for Android that offers ‘full power audio’. Sketch lets you to work with some of the same hardware emulations that are featured in Audiotool, which is a Flash-based virtual studio.

Features of Audiotool Sketch include:

  • two drum machines
  • one synth
  • delay unit
  • mixer
  • copy/paste
  • multi-touch functionality

Here’s what they have to say about Sketch:

Audiotool Sketch allows you to sequence sounds using emulations of three different classic devices. Make some beats with one of the drum machines and then move onto the bassline. Once you have finished building your sequences navigate to the overview and start switching up the patterns, add some delay or change the tempo, all in real time.

Each device includes the full range of parameters which would have been found on the original machines, this coupled with the multi-touch functionality makes it possible for the user to really control each device’s output signal. Audiotool Sketch is built around the same audio engine as Audiotool and outputs full power audio.

Audiotool Sketch is available at the time of this post for $.99.

If you’ve used Sketch, let us know what sort of tablet you’re running it on and how it works for you!

7 thoughts on “Audiotool Sketch For Android – A Virtual Studio With ‘Full Power Audio’

    1. Yeah, as much as I like ReBirth (which is similar), I wouldn’t mind being able to zoom the devices full-screen and then page between them.

  1. Unless I am missing an important aspect of this app, the IOS equivalent would be Rhythm Studio (same instruments, possibility to zoom them).

    1. Except that the Rhythm Studio has twice the synths; a subtractive Ribbon Synthesizer and sample synthesizer on top of this, and will also get another more powerful analog modeller as well on next update.

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