When it comes to getting negative feedback from readers, nothing seems to match our posts about these five topics:
- iPad music software;
- Microtonal music;
- AutoTune; and
- Anything to do with Jordan Rudess.
Developer Rob Fielding’s latest Pythagoras software synth demo features a triumvirate of the things that many Synthtopia readers love to hate: iPads, microtonal music & keytars.
The keytar issue is compounded by the fact that Fielding’s instrument is actually an iPad-tar.
And the iPad music software issue is compounded by the fact that Jordan Rudess contributed ideas that were incorporated into Fielding’s last software synth, Mugician.
Nevertheless, we actually think that this microtonal ipad keytar synth jam is something that you’ll like – and an interesting teaser for Fielding’s upcoming Pythagoras synth.
Check it out and let us know if you’re ready for microtonal iPad keytar synth jams………
Being able to make the keysize larger in combination with octave rounding makes it easier to play without having to stare too closely at it. And I got echos working in Pythagoras too.