Dr. Achim Leubner
1,000 - 5,000 downloads
by Edmund Brisenio on 21/01/2014
I have a Note 1 and Note 8 and Alesis Q 49. It work both Notes. There is just a delay when playing keys on the Alesis Q49. I will just await if there are some updates to correct this issue.
by John Butler on 06/01/2014
Is there any way to record via usb? Maybe create a midi file from an external keyboard?
by mihai das on 20/12/2013
Fast, works for sure
by James Jackson on 29/10/2013
Waste of money.
by Leon De Vose, II on 08/10/2013
Great tool for composing and study! I am a grad student in the Jazz History & Research M.A. program at Rutgers University Newark campus. I use the app for coursework & composition. It gives me a keyboard anywhere I want to study or create. My original review was much lower, because of the stuck-then-dead key issue. That was on the Noria/Chromo Diva. I exchanged it for their 8GB J model, and co
by Paracog Steadham on 14/09/2013
While the latency is noticeable, this is a great sounding and valuable app for just having around to play around with some ideas. It's very playable for most comping and noodling around. The sounds combine really well. Comparable to a midrange stage piano in sound through my lightweight Sennheiser headphones. I look forward to updates that tighten the latency further. Update 9/14/13... keeps cr
by Sebastian Feldmann on 07/09/2013
After looking for a MIDI capable Piano App I tried this one. Unfortunately the latency issues on Android are worse than I expected so I probably have to give up my dream of android based music production. Still a very good app and I am looking forward to updates in sounds and maybe also latency. Here are the results I get out of my devices, I used the same measuring as Dr. Leubner described in hi
by giacomo aceto on 27/08/2013
When pressing more than 2 notes the mobile stops playing any sounds and I have to restart the app. There is too latency...no way to play any kind of song. Even the easiest is uncomparable with my expectations. Do I need to change configuration? if so please let me know... Samsung S3 + M-Audio Keyrig 49...
by Bernie Malqued on 05/08/2013
Works as advertised
by Vasek Krivak on 03/06/2013
I connected m-audio axiom 61 keyboard and It doesn't work..
by Stefan Nemenz on 19/01/2013
Plugged it into my M-Audio Keystation Pro 88 with OTG cable on my Asus Eee pad and it worked perfectly
by Djoko Prajitno on 13/01/2013
Operate well on Samsung Galaxy Tab2 with cheap Chinese USB MIDI interface.
by Steve Meiers on 07/01/2013
I connected my old M-Audio KeyRig via USB OTG to my Nexus 7 and now I can play the excellent samples in this app in realtime with no noticeable latency. I can use the keyboard's transpose controls to shift up/down an octave at a time and use the onscreen keys for more range, too! Very cool! I could not get MIDI control to work on my Nexus 4 though,, which is probably the phone's fault and not the