Casual Computing

Casual Computing has released a new music sequencer app for Android called Sputter.

Sputter is an easy to use but capable mobile music making app. It has a mobile friendly user interface and does not require previous knowledge of music to create great tracks.

Instead of emulating traditional desktop music software it uses a mobile friendly approach inspired by more recent mobile offerings. At the same time it is not just a toy, and by exploring the help slides and the app itself you will discover several features uncommon in similar music making apps.


  • Feature complete grid style sequencer.
  • Mark different sections of your song with various symbols so they are easily found.
  • Choose from 16 different musical scales.
  • Built in synthesizer/sampler with ADSR, filters, LFO and other good stuff.
  • 8 built in effects.
  • Effects and synth parameters automation with real time recording.
  • Easily change and update whole parts of your song at once.
  • Several different time signatures (2/4, 3/4 etc).
  • Create your own instruments with your own wave files.
  • Export your song as a wave file for easy sharing or importing to other audio or video software.
  • Export and import songs for sharing and collaborating with other Sputter users.
  • Export and import instruments for sharing with other Sputter users.
  • No ads.
  • No unnecessary permissions.
  • No subscriptions.

Price: $2.99. Will be on sale for $0.99 from June 11 to June 18 on Google Play.

Demo song:



Discussion: Active
11 June 2020 at 11:10am

Does this support MIDI out?

13 June 2020 at 8:58pm

Not at the moment, but it is something I will look into.

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