Alternatives to keezy for all platforms with any license

  • Auxy Music Studio

    Modern instruments for mobile creators Auxy brings real music creation to iPhone in a simple and inspiring format. By removing unnecessary distractions it lets you...

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  • Figure

    Got three minutes and want to make some music? Figure is the fun music-making app for instant inspiration.

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  • NodeBeat

    Make music with NodeBeat, the intuitive and fun visual music app for all ages. Whether you're 5 or 105, NodeBeat will make you sound like a pro.

    • keezy uses recordings, nodebeat doesn't. Guest • Oct 2016 Disagree   Agree

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  • KORG iKaossilator

    Korg has revolutionized the musical instrument world with their dynamic line of Kaoss products, using an intuitive X-Y pad to provide expressive musical control. The...

    Commercial $ $ $ iPhone iPad AudioBus

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keezy Comments

Great music apps, but not for looping / sampling

Comment by blacksmith_tb
about keezy · Jul 2014 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I have Nodebeat and Reactable on my phone, and while they are both very well done, they are not really alternatives to Keezy, which is primarily a simple sampler / delay-pedal-style loop. Nodebeat is a toy, essentially, which lets you arrange various sound sources to be triggered by a regular pulse. Reactable is more complex (if a little tricky to use on a phone-sized screen), it can generate various kinds of sounds, apply effects, control things via the accelerometer, load sounds from files. There are some DAW apps for Android (Caustic, Oscilab, FL) but they are all much more complex than Keezy.