This is just a short post to let you know that a first version of the Android app I’ve been working on for the last couple of weeks is available on the Android market . The app is called Square One and it’s a simple bassline synthesizer. It’s free so try it out and let me know what you think of it, but be prepared it’s still an early version. I hope to add more features in the next few months and maybe build something that can be used to create real music. The lower part of the screen contains the sequencer controls that can be used to program your own bass lines. On the left is a four by four grid of buttons where you can select a step in the sequence. On the right you can select the note to be played on that step. When you’re done you can press Start and the sequence starts playing. The knobs on the top can be used to control a couple of parameters from the synthesizer engine that creates the sound. You can control the cutoff frequency and resonance of the low-pass filter, attack an
A couple of weeks ago I bought an Android tablet, the Acer Iconia A500. Today I received an email from Acer asking to fill in a short survey to tell them what I like and don't like about my new tablet. I might as well share my thoughts on this tablet in a short review on my blog.