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    AUDIOID is an advanced mobile electronic music rhythm composer, combining drum machines similar to the mythical 808 and 909, two legendary 303-like bassline synth acting as grooveboxes and an interesting Metropolis (M-185-like) sequencer linked to a virtual analog synthesizer engine with dual oscillators, ADSR envelopes, 4xLFOs, FM, phase offset modulation; all coupled with real-time filters, effects, randomness and a live approach.

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    Mark Jason Guse

    by Mark Jason Guse

    Dec 10, 2017  |  "Great"

    Why No Pitch Control for Drums on 808 or 909? Actually, Tone and Length dial controls for each sample (bd/sd/hh/ etc) would make em just like the true oldschool drummachine beatsynths. add +/-: @ ea. sample button like the TR Co. RL& ptr×9#707 had but they removed from the final TR 808 itteration roland decided to electronic music history with. Its a feature they should've kept. I got asked to test/use the last one of those while a lucky kid in late 80/early 81, and it added volumes to the depths of musicality a drum machine could produce. I'd love to see AQ putthat within Audiod for people to use

    Ian Jidas

    by Ian Jidas

    Mar 07, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    The best! So solid, I can make acid house, and other cool stuff with this eazy !

    Dan Satterwhite

    by Dan Satterwhite

    Jan 01, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    The best music app ever!!!! I would however like a link or demo to figure out how to do a couple things on it please

    Erik Peterson

    by Erik Peterson

    Dec 14, 2016  |  "Great"

    Deducted one star because not working on Nougat. Five stars when fixed.

    Takeshi Fukushima

    by Takeshi Fukushima

    Nov 26, 2016  |  "Great"

    It's fun to making loop with this great sound. Hopefully, I want to play at the timing of shuffle (swing).

    Jayarava Attwood

    by Jayarava Attwood

    Nov 17, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Loved it. It's complex and takes a while to learn, but sounds fantastic and offers all kinds of possibilities. Still puzzled by MPL-185. Would love to have this set up in reality!