The iOS operating system is home to a lot of great apps. From games to utility apps, the mobile phone operating system’s got you covered.
Ever wanted to create your own music? I know that the majority of people love music, but has it ever occurred to you to create your very own symphony?
In this article, I will talk about an app that lets you create your own brand of music and it lets you do a lot of things with it as well.
The app I am referring to is none other than the Auxy App for iOS. Auxy is a music-creating app that gives you a plethora of features. It is easy enough for beginners to use and it is also complex enough that even pros will be loving it.
The Auxy App for iOS shows you a blank grid with 4 default instruments: drums, bass, rhythm and lead guitars. You can only choose one instrument at a time when you’re trying to create music. This is to ensure that the instrument will be properly set up so that when you play it, it will become a melodic hit.
Each instrument will have 16 loops by default which translates into a 4:4 time signature (more commonly used in modern and pop music). The possibilities are limitless and it is up to you to create your own beat that truly matches your brand of music.
If you have a pre-recorded music file and you just want to add some notes and beats to it, you can pretty much do it with the Auxy App for iOS. Auxy allows you to upload your pre-recorded music files into the database and it then gives you the power to add stuff to your liking. You can also change the file format of the finished file (the default output file is in MIDI but you can change it to mp3 format).
Now, since the Auxy App for iOS mobile phones is a sound-creation tool, you might be wondering what’s powering this amazing music-creation app. Well, the Auxy App for iOS is powered by the Sonic Charge and FXpansion sound engines. These sound engines are quite popular and they are even used in other music-creation apps such as Ableton or Logic Live.
The default interface will have you look at it from a vertical perspective. This is because most people (if not all) use their iPhones in the portrait orientation. This also allows you to better add, delete, and edit your music files in a more streamlined fashion.
The app is constantly updated by the developers because they want to add a lot of things from time to time. If you download updates using your mobile phone’s internet connectivity, make sure that you get a mobile phone signal booster so that you are assured that the download process will not be terminated at any point because of low signal reception.
The Auxy App for iOS costs $4 and is available in the Apple app store.