Visual Instrument

Version 1.3
Price Free
Category Instruments / Others
Compatible with
  • iPad2 3G
  • iPad2 Wifi
  • iPad 3G
  • iPad Wifi
  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPhone 4
  • iPod Touch 4th Gen.
  • iPod Touch 3rd Gen.
  • Languages
    Release Date Oct 2, 2012
    Updated On Jan 12, 2018
    Size 66.3 Mo
    Downloads4
    The power of randomness combined with your touch creates an endless melody for your enjoyment. Jazz guitar virtuoso Paul Musso combined his musical knowledge with the programming and artwork of Bryan Leister to create this music-making application. Musso provided guitar recordings of chords typically used to create a melody - F#, D#, C and G. Your touch (supports up to 4 simultaneous touches) creates collisions that will trigger one of these chords. Every 3 seconds, the key is randomly changed to either A Minor, C, F or G.

    The result is an amazing, soothing and endless melodic tune that you can play for hours without the tune ever repeating itself. The visuals provide an ambient backdrop to help you play. The capsules represent your touch, each moving dot is a physics-enabled ball...
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    The power of randomness combined with your touch creates an endless melody for your enjoyment. Jazz guitar virtuoso Paul Musso combined his musical knowledge with the programming and artwork of Bryan Leister to create this music-making application. Musso provided guitar recordings of chords typically used to create a melody - F#, D#, C and G. Your touch (supports up to 4 simultaneous touches) creates collisions that will trigger one of these chords. Every 3 seconds, the key is randomly changed to either A Minor, C, F or G.

    The result is an amazing, soothing and endless melodic tune that you can play for hours without the tune ever repeating itself. The visuals provide an ambient backdrop to help you play. The capsules represent your touch, each moving dot is a physics-enabled ball that contains one note. Hit a ball, and the note plays. If the ball hits the edges of the screen, the collision also triggers the note.

    An experiment in music theory that was produced for an exhibition in Denver that also used motion tracking. Now available as a touch screen application.

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    Bryan Leister Visual Instrument

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