glittle wrote:How is it in terms of being a playable instrument? I'm thinking along the lines of things like animoog or geosynth, where you have some control over how it responds to gestural playing, phrasing, sliding, vibrato, etc. As opposed to being limited to playing the keys like discrete keys on a virtual keyboard only.
You got the regular keys, but you can switch to a host of various scales, and it'll switch the keys to blades (like in most other iOS synths). Both blades and keys are velocity sensitive (pressing higher up on the blade/key = lower velocity). You can lock it all in place so you can slide your finger(s) up and down. And unlock to move the keys/blades around (here it cuts off notes when moving, I wish they'd done it like Nave where you can move the keys while still holding notes).
And on the side there a pitch and mod wheel, or an XY pad (or nothing at all, leaving more space for keys).
So it's all quite playable, and configurable. Just a few minor things that I'd like to see is _not_ cutting off notes while moving the keys/blades. Plus something to adjust the size of the keys/blades.