Plasma Sound is a music instrument inspired by the Theremin and Continuum with beautiful visuals.
Latest version: 1.2.5
Total versions: 5
Submitted: 29 Oct 2014
Updated: 29 Oct 2014
Plasma Sound is a music instrument app for Android inspired by the Theremin and the Continuum. When you touch the screen (including multitouch), a waveform is generated. Its X-Axis is pitch, which is designated by note and octave markings. Its Y-Axis is either volume or filter.
One can configure Plasma Sound by picking the note range, the waveform, cutoff, delay and more. You can even select between continuous mode and normal keyboard mode.
The Plasma Sound app has a visual based off of MSAFluid, the same one found in PlasmaFluid app. The sound is generated by libpd.
The developer is using this app as the instrument for his band, Shy Guy Says.
Note: This application works best with larger screens. It was designed on the Evo 4G and the Adam Tablet.
Plasma Sound 1.2.5 seem to be the latest available version. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:
- PlasmaSound_HD.SD.1.2.5.apk (488 KB, ↓ 0)
Description/changelog of Plasma Sound 1.2.5:
Updated graphics, added sequencer, and a polite popup asking you to rate the app.
Below are the earlier versions of Plasma Sound.