Contains multiple kinds of virtual musical instrument
- Category Audio
- Program license Free
- Version 7.3.1
- Size 68 MB
- Works under: Android
- Program available in English
- Content rating Everyone
- Package name com.gamestar.pianoperfect
Revontulet Soft Inc
Room 1505, 14#, JianWai SOHO, ChaoYang District, Beijing, PRC
Looking to play music with virtual musical instruments? If so, Walk Band, a toolkit for virtual music making, contains all the essential instruments like drum machine, piano, guitar, bass, drum kit and a multi-track synthesizer. Every instrument sounds realistic, and as you strum the guitar cords, you can add rhythmic drum beats or a melodious piano in the background. Walk Band gives you the advantage of playing your favorite tunes from wherever you happen to be at that moment.
Walk Band adds another phenomenal feature where you can use the external MIDI keyboard via USB. For example, if you have a Yamaha Roland midi keyboard controller, Walk Band will make use out of it. The piano includes 88 keys, a touch pressure detector and you can set recordings as the ringtone. The guitar, on the other hand, showcases two modes: solo mode and chords mode. You can select three different guitars that include the clean electric guitar, the nylon guitar and the steel string guitar. For a musician, Walk Band lays the creative outlet in your hand, and the responsibility of how you color your world with music rests on your shoulders.
This app turns your Android smartphone into a miniature orchestra, and you can play this device whenever you want. You can record whatever song you want and save it to your phone. You could even turn it into your next ringtone. Each instrument will have unique characteristics and quirks, but you will normally have no problem with playing any of them, and the app comes pre-loaded with 70 songs.
- Multiple instruments to choose from
- Play the heavenly melodies you always wanted without investing in an instrument
- Less learning curve than an actual instrument
- The multi-track recorder is too basic for the more advanced musicians
1. USB Midi detect failed.
2. Optimize out of sync issue when converting to mp3
3. Cut before import an audio track