TechQuad12's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 4/21/20 2:11 PM
This is the best creating app on the store. I look forward to new features and updates. One problem I have though. Mid editing, if I receive a call, the app freezes when I end the call. Then I have to restart it. Sometimes it will let me save. Other times not. But all of those times it happens, I cannot anything but access the menu. It won’t even let me move the cursor in the pattern editor. Hope this gets fixed, because it is really frustrating to lose really good data.
Stuartpa's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 4/21/20 2:11 PM
Well at last a comprehensive music synthesis system, that does not limit you to dance loops. The possibilities of the app appear to be almost endless. At first glance it s undoubtedly daunting. After just a few minutes you are producing your own music. Possibly some musical experience is a good idea but definitely not a requirement. I have searched and spent, for a long long time for an app as capable as this one is, and it's not a massive download either. No manual, well that's not new and let's face it, who reads them at first. A little guidance would be nice, but learning by using is definitely possible with this little beauty. I have all the real gear i will ever need, but I am very glad to have a truly portable studio, the size of my IPad. Stable too. Well worth the cost.
Stefan Daniel Bell's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 4/21/20 2:11 PM
Most synths or settings, before SunVox, however complex, are a variation of an organ or a synth string section. This is different. The resonance of every setting is live, stadium quality. The specificity of the ability to customize is astounding. This is a future instrument with few masters that sounds like nothing I heard before it. Though real speakers? I turn it on to get inspired. Just a note reminds me why I play music.
Osoberry's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 4/21/20 2:11 PM
I cannot recommend this app highly enough. Most of the music production apps are limited, glitchy, and not built for serious musicians. Even the paid music production apps, in my experience, are often a waste of money, and a massive waste of time being that recording music on iOS can be a time-consuming process when you’re getting started as it’s nothing like recording music in a “real” studio. iOS has got kind of a learning curve in the MIDI/music production department, which is mostly because of the inconsistencies between apps, And the inability for apps to work with each other without problems. Even awesome apps like Audiobus 3 can be problematic due to other apps being glitchy. If you’re not familiar with the “Tracker” platform of music production, this app might be a bit of a learning curve for you, but I cannot stress how worth it learning this app will be if you want to make music on iOS devices. If you’ve been downloading music production apps on iOS you’ve probably realised many of them are childish beat making platforms - The kind of thing where you draw in a snare here and a hi hat there... this is not that. You do have the ability to quickly and easily make repetitive (or extremely complex!) electronic beats perfect for hip-hop or EDM, but this app is also a fully functional DAW. It doesn’t quite work like most music production apps for desktop or iOS, again this is a “tracker.“ If you’re not sure what I mean by tracker, look up Fast Tracker, Milky Tracker, or this app (SunVox) on YouTube. The most important thing those two programs have in common with SunVox is the pattern editing view typical of trackers (and they do not come with a suite of modular synthesisers, drum sounds, and effects like SunVox). for someone unfamiliar with trackers, the interface may at first seem unintuitive; however as someone who has been recording music digitally for 20+ years (and a devout Ableton Live user), I believe that the tracker style of music production is almost limitless and one of the most underrated and underused systems of recording music. Most importantly, this app is not glitchy at all. I’ve been running it non-stop for at least four years, through tons of massive updates from the developer, and I’ve never had any crashing or serious problems whatsoever. That said, I know that there have been some minor bugs throughout this apps development, but I can’t understate how quickly the developer has fixed them. Also, there seems to be massive updates from the developer about once a year and the list of fixes and awesome embellishments they come up with each time is staggering. This app is worth every penny as there is no other app comparable for iOS. Not to mention, some of the other quality music making apps for iOS can run 30 or 40 bucks; SunVox costs a tiny fraction of that. Oh and I almost forgot, there is a desktop version and it functions just as well as this iOS version.
SegaSonic04's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 4/21/20 2:11 PM
Sunvox is great but in sunvox you should have the option to place notes on a pattern or on piano line, kinda like fl studio, it would be great.
TK99354's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 12/17/18 1:29 PM
Alex is a wonderful developer, I really like your style and approach. Can't wait to see what you come up with next!
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codypmack's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 12/17/18 1:29 PM
This mobile friendly daw has a bit of a learning curve to getting up and running. It works just fine on my iPhone 6S and older generation iPad, but I’d definitely recommend learning your way around either on iPad or the computer. There is a ton of community YouTube support for this app, so I recommend using these resources to learn your way around the navigation... this program is DEEP and capable of some incredible sound design and sequencing.
Callumch91's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 12/17/18 1:29 PM
Great tracker DAW with a wide range of features that takes a bit to learn, (or a lot, I still don't know how to do a lot of things in this app) but it's still great even if you're just starting out it's easy to make loops. Really great interface, even if you don't use trackers (I use ableton and find this easier to use than a lot of iOS apps that are more like ableton's arrangement view) and really versatile array of parameters and options. Once you've learned the basics you could definitely create some incredibly complex stuff that easily could rival a lot of non mobile DAWs. For pure synthesis, this is great, if you're looking for sampling and editing samples maybe look elsewhere (although that could be a function I just don't know of yet). Highly recommended if you want an app with versatile synthesis editing whether it's drums, leads, pads, bass etc, you can make some really incredible sounds and the routing options and interface in general make for some great tones. Really fun and powerful app for the cost.
@6g9's Review of SunvoxReviewed on 12/17/18 1:29 PM
this app is lit