Create Music on Your Phone or Tablet with Sequencer
No matter how much we try to hide it, we all have some creative juices flowing somewhere deep inside, just waiting to get out. For many of us, this creative expression takes the form of music.
There are countless applications available on Android that allow you to create music. In fact, there are probably as many keyboard apps in the Google Play Store as there are media players—or more. However, XDA Forum Member olegnal created a different means of music creation with his application Sequencer.
Sequencer allows a user (even one without any musical background) to create a melody with various instruments and percussion sounds. Sounds are placed graphically into the sequencer, and then you adjust tempo, add effects, and so on. Once you create something you’re proud of, you can even share your songs with the integrated cloud sharing system.
If you’re looking for a way to pass the time by creating a bit of music while you’re on the go, make your way over to the application thread and give Sequencer a shot.
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