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Mugician

Mugician
  • #: 207811
  • Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
  • Category: Music
  • Updated: 2010-09-24
  • Current Version: 1.7.5
  • 1.7.5
  • Size: 0.10 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Robert Fielding
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later
  • © Copyright by Rob Fielding - 2010
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Description

A microtonal capable distortion synthesizer with an 11-string bass guitar layout with extremely low latency. Many, many thanks to Jordan Rudess (Morphwiz' creator!) for many of his ideas that are in its design.

Mugician appears on Underoath's latest album 'Disambiguation', and also on Gorillaz latest album "The Fall" (which was mostly created on iPad), and the Jordan Rudess with Project RnL collaboration. Contact me if you use this on stage.

Send me your youtube video links, and I will post them on Facebook and twitter!

I also have lots of users that have been playing Mugician daily for a half year, and this exact version for 3 months. The only thing that has changed recently is the iPad operating system itself.

I recommend iTablaPro for background accompaniment, as that app can run in the background, interacts well with Mugician, and is a really good fit for Mugician's sound.

rob.fielding@gmail.com

RobFielding on Ping and facebook

rrr00bb on skype/aim/youtube

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Rated 5/5 based on 3 customer reviews.

 

5/5 stars

A 'real' iPad instrument.

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I'm reminded of The Chapman Stick. You can try and describe Mugician as a cross between a keyboard and a string instrument, But that's not entirely accurate, and doesn't do it justice.

Mugician is it's own musical animal, and as with picking-up anything beyond a Kazoo, it can bring you joy, as well as frustration. But with patience and persistence, you can make Mugician your own. You can solo around on the thing like Keith Emerson, do fretless arpeggios till the cows come home. The possibilities are literally endless.

It's my favorite music app. Nothing else touches it.
And it's free! But if you expect it to sound good without spending time practicing, it will sit on your iPad gathering dust, taking up room like grandpa's vintage Strat in the closet.

Personally, I hope you don't download Mugician. I want it to be 'my' secret weapon in my musical arsenal. ...Why don't you just download one of the pretend iPad instruments instead, like 'Seline', and leave the practicing and headaches to crazy anal-retentive players like myself? (While were at it, I'll give you a few bucks for that vintage Strat, and take it off your hands too!). ;)

An amazing instrument, not a toy. Thank You so much. I love it!

Earl Grey ;{D>

5/5 stars

Incredible

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This is one of the coolest apps I've seen yet. Once I installed it, I couldn't quit playing with it. This has opened up a whole new world of electronic music for me and I'm looking forward to seeing more from the developer.

5/5 stars

So Cool!

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This is such a great app! Lightning fast, stable, and can be used in so many ways. I definitely would like to use this live once I'm more proficient.
If you're not familiar with synths and stuff I imagine it'd be a little hard to understand. But with a little experimentation it's quite easy to figure out.

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