Playing guitar is not one of the easiest lessons that you can learn in music school. In fact, even the most talent guitarist in the world had to take hundreds of hours mastering the art. In a bid to resolve this problem, Ngo Minh Ngoc has come up with a smart app iFretless Sax that is compatible with iPod touch, iPad and optimized for iPhone 5.
iFretless Sax is a third-generation app designed for players who play or are looking for new ways of honing their guitar and bass skills. It offers a realistic woodwind instrument sounds that you can use to record a song or perform in a live event such as karaoke.
One of the key attributes that place it miles ahead of competition is that it has capacity to respond to finger movements naturally. This makes it an ideal choice for sliding and vibrating between pitches. The natural imitation of woodwind sounds and traditional keyboard based interfaces makes the experience nothing short of brilliant. You just have to move your fingers with the pitch of the song that you are singing.
It can comfortably support a number of sounds such as Bari Sax, Bass Clarinet, Tenor Sax, Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Bass Clarinet, and Synth lead. No matter the kind of music that you intend to play or record, you can be sure that one of these sounds will suit your preferences.
Best Features of iFretless Sax
One of the features that huge percentage of users love is the ability to seamlessly connect it to keyboard MIDI controllers and EWI MIDI controller devices using its midi input. Gone are the days when you had to turn a knob to control volume, this iFretless Sax, has a dynamic volume control feature that responds depending on the touch force.
It is compatible with Beatmaker 2, Cubasis, GarageBand, and other leading recording apps in the world. This means that you can actually record your songs and even customize the beats afterwards using your computer as long as it’s connected to a reliable Internet connection.
To make it an ideal choice for both new and experienced players, the developer came up with retina displays that clearly show the interface and all the functions. For instance, while playing Solo Gliss, you can increase or low the velocity by just tapping the “velocity icon.” You can choose to use the 5 strings, 6 strings, 6 frets or 7 frets depending on the kind of music that you are playing or want to produce.
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