I just picked this up today, the Korg MicroKey 37 USB MIDI Controller featuring 37 semi-mini size keys. Connecting to my GNexus Phone and Galaxy Tab 2 tablet, functions perfectly. Latency is still quite an issue with many Android devices, but the GNexus phone so far yields the lowest latency, making this very playable and perfect for in-app MIDI recording into the Caustic 3 App (SingleCellSoftware).
I remixed an old song I did last year, but I wanted to show how I do it, so I hooked up the cameras and let them roll...
You CAN do this too, it's that easy, when you have the Finest Pocket Music Workstation on the Planet.
Listen for yourself, what PocketKit Pro and Caustic 3 put together make -- I put thiis track together in about 3 hours... C3 and PKP coming soon... hang in there.
Using sounds and presets from my upcoming Caustic 3 Essentials and PocketKit Pro Packs, let's you focus on making music, quickly and efficiently, as demonstrated here -- took less than 3 hours to put this together... The host app from SingleCellSoftware
Being able to connect MIDI controllers to your Android devices is quickly becoming a more common thing.... although there seem to be some drawbacks and hiccups that need to be addressed and overcome. I have been testing out my Korg NanoKey2 USB controller into a few of my Samsung Galaxy Devices, and have conducted an experiment to hopefully prove a theory of mine about some of the connectivity and crash issues when using it with my Android gear.... Test host app Caustic 3 from Single Cell Software:
More details and info coming soon; meanwhile, come visit us -- at the GooglePlayStore Here -- for instant demo, purchase, and download of the most energetic unique soundpacks yet offered for this amazing pocket music workstation.
For over twenty years, I have been crazy about music and sound creation using many platforms, and taking new insane ideas to new dimensions of creativity for whatever project I was involved in.
Now with the rapid rise of the Android music-making platform, EIPStudiosOhio is leading the way to new fresh concepts of imagination for creating huge sounds and textures crammed into a portable music workstation, that you can drop in your pocket.