Korg Debuts iKasossilator for Android

Is this the start of a new era for Android?      01/12/16

We've been told since forever that you just can't to audio apps on Android, or at least its really, really difficult. There are of course some  apps available, but there isn't the traction that iOS has. The boffins at Korg have clearly been giving it some thought, and their first offering is the iKaossilator for Android.

It was one of Korg's first iOS apps (2011) and now you can have the same functionality (almost) as the iOS version. Whats currently missing is Korg's WIST Sync tech and also the recently added and very cool Ableton LINK, as Mixvibes have just added this to their Android apps (RemixLive and Cross DJ), we can assume that this will be coming soon?

Korg iKaossilator for Android requires Android 5.0 and up and is available via the Google Play Store at an introductory price of $9.99 (50% off till January 5th  2017).

Synthesizer Section:

Total 150 sounds

Scale: 35 types

Key Range: +/- 12

Audio Loop Player Section:

Built-in Filter Effect

Maximum Length: 4 measures

Number of Importable Loops: Unlimited as determined by "Free" space of Device

Supported Formats: WAV, AIFF, MP3, AAC

Sequencer Section:

5 Parts,

Maximum Length: 4 measures,

Loop Sequencer

Parts can be combined in the Loop Sequencer,

"Solo" or "Mute" control of Part

Quantize (Off, 1/32, 1/16T, 1/16, 1/8T, 1/8, 1/4)

Tempo: 20 – 300 BPM (Corresponds to TAP TEMPO)

Number of Loop Sequences: Unlimited, as determined by "Free" space of Device, 50 preset Loop Sequencer

Flex Play

Audio Export:

Export to Google Play Music

 

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