According to the developers, Tin Pan Rhythm is designed to be a “simple and playful” way to create music.
Carmel explains the philosophy behind Tin Pan Rhythm:
“As a game developer, I’ve spent much of my career optimizing for … human factors – doing my best to craft experiences that are engrossing, intuitive and self-teaching. I wanted to apply these principles to an app aimed at the “musical middle class”: folks who love music, maybe strum a guitar here and there or took viola lessons in third grade.
“My goal is to make tools that are musically expressive, accessible, playful and educational. They should be as fun as playing a real instrument. They should teach you something about music. They should let you make better music than you thought you could. And they should be designed for anyone who wants to use them.”
Here’s a video intro to Tin Pan Rhythm:
- Compose and arrange short musical phrases through a process of play and discovery.
- The simple interface guides you along: create a chord progression, then arrange the band in real time.
- Use your creations as background music, inspiration for songs, or as practice loops for your real-life instrument.
- Record and share your music or use it inside your favorite apps.
Tin Pan Rhythm also works with Audiobus, InterApp audio, Dropbox, AudioCopy, and Audioshare.
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