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    Published: 2014-06-13, by Peter Warrior.

    An electronic music creator about creating solar systems

    7.1
    • Original and easthetically graced approach to electronic music
    • Non-intuitive annoying UI
    • Needs more stuff and samples and examples

    "Music of the spheres"

    DJ Space may be one of the most original music composing apps on the Store. All you have are planets orbiting around a star, every one representing some given rhythm or sample. If you create an harmonic solar system, the music of the spheres will sound and everything will be gorgeous. Otherwise, sounds will step on each other and it'll be a mess.

    As an idea, it's great. However, the UI is uncomfortable even in the tutorial, and overall it's all quite non-intuitive, requiring hours of trial and error to master the basics regardless of how much music you already know. Also, the amount of available sounds seems pretty limited.

    Anyway, if you're looking for new and original ways to test your electronic music skills, this is something you should definitively try.

    Tags: game dj

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    Jun 13, 2014

    Description

    ✭✭✭✭✭ Create music with planets? They didn't think it was possible but now it is with this incredibly creative FREE Mobile game. DJ Space, the virtual mixer on a spacial plane ✭✭✭✭✭

    DJ Space is a free music creation game for mobile hand held devices. You will have the ability to create different musical compositions by placing planets on an orbit around a star with the eventual outcome of creating a unique piece of music. DJ Space will provide a fun, entertaining and engaging alternative to previous iterations of music creation games.

    "In Space, everyone can hear you... MIX"

    The DJ Space “Universe” consists of a number of galaxies that occupy an empty area of space created by you, each galaxy is a composition and within the galaxy is all different suns that have orbiting music planets. To create a new galaxy of music you will start with a large blank area of space that shows a range of planets that can be placed around a sun, doing this creates your first section of your track. Doing this with more suns and planets you can eventually compose your own track, it can be as long as you want and have as many samples of music as you need to become your very own space DJ!

    Features

    ✭ Over 1000 Custom made audio samples for you to mix with.

    ✭ Save your tunes!

    ✭ An Intuitive interface designed for ease of use in development of the tracks.

    ✭ A unique space aesthetic with 2D/3D graphics!

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    Users review

    from 464 reviews

    "Great"

    7.8

    Users comments for DJ Space: Free Music Game

    Miles Henderson

    by Miles Henderson

    Jun 07, 2013  |  "Great"

    Its a shame that the order of the planets and distance from the star has no effect on tempo. Having said that, it's still a lot of fun to play around with.

    Samuel Hart

    by Samuel Hart

    May 02, 2013  |  "Good"

    A lot of sound clips (even in the paid upgrade) have a half beat or so gap between repeats, so you get this horrible stuttering in any track. Fix this, and 5 star fantastic!

    Rick L

    by Rick L

    May 02, 2013  |  "OK"

    Needs better execution. Too much of a sound gap when switching tracks. It just doesn't flow well.

    Tom Calmbacher

    by Tom Calmbacher

    May 02, 2013  |  "Poor"

    So I got paid version kept crashing tried to reinstall it. all I got was the free version all the locks back on. Clicked on locks and google play says I already own it. But its still locked! Please fix ! And win 5 stars!

    Michael T.

    by Michael T.

    Apr 25, 2013  |  "OK"

    After ten minutes playing with this app in its supposed tutorial mode I can't even tell what difference the orbits make to each sound. It doesn't appear to change speed, volume, or number of loops. Waste of time without a proper tutorial.

    Jeremy Badley

    by Jeremy Badley

    Apr 21, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Eh, not very good