Droiditar

Droiditar


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Droiditar is an expressive multi-touch string based instrument. Similar to the Chapman Stick or Warr Guitar, it allows you to tap and play it like a piano, but its three strings can be bent dynamically. Using advanced physical synthesis methods the strings are modelled to respond naturally to interactions, and no samples are used. This also allows a continuous variation of timbre.

Droiditar can easily be constrained to any of a large number of keys and scales, for ease of use.

Press the string terminators to activate sustained mode! In this mode the strings are excited continuously allowing the creation of drones, leads and other sounds.

Droiditar's possibilities are endless when you plug it into your guitar processor, as the modelled strings are very natural sounding and can be used with amp simulators and other effects. Simply turn off the inbuilt delay effect for a clean sound.

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$2.49
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4.6
User ratings
14
Installs
100+
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File size
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About Droiditar
*NEW* Take advantage of our introductory offer price of £1.59!!

http://www.facebook.com/Droiditar

Droiditar is an expressive multi-touch string based instrument. Similar to the Chapman Stick or Warr Guitar, it allows you to tap and play it like a piano, but its three strings can be bent dynamically. Using advanced physical synthesis methods the strings are modelled to respond naturally to interactions, and no samples are used. This also allows a continuous variation of timbre.

Droiditar can easily be constrained to any of a large number of keys and scales, for ease of use.

Press the string terminators to activate sustained mode! In this mode the strings are excited continuously allowing the creation of drones, leads and other sounds.

Droiditar's possibilities are endless when you plug it into your guitar processor, as the modelled strings are very natural sounding and can be used with amp simulators and other effects. Simply turn off the inbuilt delay effect for a clean sound.

Recent changes:
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A Google User
Jun 10, 2014
Nice But needs some love... Updates please... Different string tunings would be a start... Inverted fifths like a Chapman stick etc
A Google User
May 4, 2014
Very fun app! I lost faith in audio latency ever being fixed on Android, so recently moved to iOS for audio stuff, but apps like this are a blast to play with, even with latency. Great job!
A Google User
Feb 11, 2014
Still fresh Really great app. expressive Instrument and there is scale to select but i can't add some of the note beside from the scale. please consider this in the next update.
A Google User
Dec 3, 2013
Pure amazing! I can't describe how awesome this app is. I have a warr guitar on the go! Easy to operate, but challenging at the same time. It doesn't feel like an app at all, its a real instrument!
A Google User
May 22, 2013
Nice Great sound, simple enough to use. My only issue is that when you quickly change notes on the same string, the volume of the note seems to double, drowning out the rest of the sound. Otherwise <3