Auxy - Music & Beat Maker

Auxy - Music & Beat Maker

By Auxy

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2015-12-09
  • Current Version: 6.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 39.39 MB
  • Developer: Auxy
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,230 Ratings

Description

Auxy is designed to be simple yet powerful and help you focus on your musical ideas. Our goal is to make it as smooth as possible to create song sketches or final tracks that sound professional. WHY AUXY ”Auxy is my favorite way to get what's going on in my brain into a musical format. It's simple on the surface but with tremendous depth if you need it" - RAC “The automation is terrific. I'm doing things with Auxy I wouldn't easily do with my DAW. The design style is insanely smart and forward-thinking. It's productive for me to use, but i've also shown it to children who have been able to have fun making re al music. It's the best new audio product I've seen in a long time.” - Madeon “The thing we love about Auxy is how it uses technology to let people be creative, without letting that technology get in the way.” - Apple Design Awards CREATE AND MIX LOOPS Create melodies and beats with the industry-leading note editor that has been carefully designed to make the step from idea to song sketch as smooth as possible. Build complete tracks by mixing loops into scenes. FIND THE RIGHT SOUNDS Browse the massive sound library with thousands of high quality samples and hundreds of multi-sampled instruments. New content is added monthly and you can import your own samples. MIX WITH PRECISION Each sound has a set of carefully crafted effects and a lot of controls for tweaking. Mix settings can be automated over time for smooth transitions and dynamic effects. COLLABORATE WITH EASE Projects can be shared as links with any imported samples included, which makes collaborating super easy. POWERFUL EXPORT Tracks can be uploaded to SoundCloud or exported in various formats. Projects can be exported as Ableton Live sets with each instrument rendered as separate audio and MIDI tracks. You can also export MIDI files and audio stems directly to any DAW. JAM WITH FRIENDS Auxy supports the Ableton Link standard, which lets you jam in sync with other apps and devices that are connected to the same Wi-Fi. JOIN THE COMMUNITY Explore the newsfeed where we post featured tracks, creative challenges and demo projects that you can download and remix. Join the Auxy community and find other producers to collaborate with. MADE IN SWEDEN Auxy is built by a small team in Sweden. Our mission is to put a studio in everyone's pocket and push music forward as an artform. Share your stories and feedback via feedback@auxy.co!

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Reviews

  • Update 6 Is about experimentation and I love it!

    5
    By Genonious Jordan
    I’ve been feeling an itch to write up about how I feel on the new update despite it being less than a week ago, so here I am! Initial exposure: Going back into the app after updating it, I expected Auxy to have some new melody and drum packs or something, but I popped into the same sleek menu that was there before, and nothing felt different. The only thing I noticed was that the category bar graphic was changed a bit. I created a new file so I could mess around with stuff, but I was a bit frustrated when I saw that I had to download all of the instruments all over again. With what seems to be at least ten packs with at least seven instruments each, it put me off a bit so I exited out of the app and didn’t touch until the next day. My Caution: Whenever there is a new update, I’m very cautious about what I do, since Auxy 5 made me download all of my songs out of my files, and with the hundreds of files that I have made, I couldn’t bother spending an hour finding files that I don’t remember exist. With the Instruments, It made sense why they would allow an update. Besides, you aren’t forced to update instruments from older projects, it’s merely a suggestion. Discovering changes: After downloading all of the instruments, I poked around until I started noticing the new nobs. The new Dist and Chorus settings allow for some more artificial/synthetic audio. The Delay, Reverb, and Volume wheels have been granted some additional settings, mostly involving the quality and depth of the audio. My final thoughts: While I may be upset that there were no new packs added to the already abundant roster of instruments and drums, the featured added more than make up for it. It encourages you to experiment more with your resources. Auxy is not only a music creation tool, but also a sandbox of audio. Heck, you could already use pre-recorded clips and mess around with them, but the team at Auxy allows users to add custom audio. As a music app, I understand that experimentation is natural, but this program makes me feel like: if I have a melody in my head, there is nothing stopping me from just jumping into this app and composing it. This update only reinforces and encourages that concept of experimentation. I would even go as far as to call it an educational program. Teaching users to tinker around and then share the results of what they created from their patience and passion.
  • Trash!

    1
    By mh________……__5&*'gg
    Your game is a scam! This is basically a pay to win! You need to buy stuff to place 1 note! Garbage app! 1 star!
  • The Future Of Music

    5
    By Aaronlinriv
    Is here.
  • I used to like it

    1
    By awsome guy forest
    When if first came out I used it tons but then the free trial came it added more sounds for 5.00$ a month I was like meh since I could still use the demo sounds then it became less and less sounds for free then one day I wanted to create a song but you have to pay to use the app I got so mad I smashed my phone (iPhone 2)please change it back
  • This app should lower the prices for the in-app purchases!

    3
    By TheByroms
    I love the app. But I really REALLY wish it would lower the purchases. Seriously.
  • Absurdly overpriced

    1
    By Bill Andersoot
    The original version of this app had a nice interface and a small but useful selection of sounds. A really fun little toy to play around with. The new version is totally hobbled and not nearly worth the price. Five bucks a month? For WHAT? It’s a joke. With GarageBand, I can do what this app does and much, much more. The only thing “premium” about this app is the price. This version is essentially just a nag to convince you to subscribe—for sixty bucks a year. Deleted.
  • Something wrong

    1
    By The crash fixes are a lie
    When I try to create a instrument it always pops up with the “buy premium” thing and it won’t me create a instrument so can you fix that, or at least make some free instruments
  • I’m confused

    1
    By Thatoneboi1
    So I used to use this app and it was good so I went to use it again then it says I have to pay to make music? Not even free sounds or nothing to import it I have to make music? Mine as well make the app a pay to download app because you have to pay to use it!
  • Well.

    2
    By Betel nut
    Okay. I once had a pack, and I was looking back to my old music I made. I got on auxy, and it asked me for a free trial. I went on with the free version, and got on an old song I made. To my surprise, I could not access it. I needed to get the free trial so I could access the old pack and edit it. Note that I copied the song, and tried it in other packs. Most of them needed the trial. Now I can't access and edit most of the songs I made.
  • Free Things

    3
    By The DC-10
    I like all the features, such as importing samples and using the EQ, but I am disappointed by the lack of access to these features by free users, such as myself. I am not asking to have the entire menu unlocked for free users, but for at least the ability for users that are unwilling to pay the $4.99/month to make their own songs with a small selection of instruments to choose from.

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