Let’s be honest, writing an unique song is challenging, but drawing one with Musyc is easy and a lot of fun to make and watch.
You’ll be dropping blocks, placing distributors, and drawings lines and getting an interesting song from your work. Musyc’s tools are very simple to use, but there’s also a lot of depth to them. For example, you could simply have some objects bouncing on a line, or you could time a distributor to launch circles on a 42 degree angle at a group of swinging triangles that then fall through a Plinko-esque board. The possibilities are endless, and even more objects become available when you buy the full verison for $3.99 through an in-app purchase.
What I liked most about Musyc was how easy it was to use, and how well the tutorial explained the tools. After only a couple minutes I was ready to make some cool tunes, and I ended up having a lot fun making them. Also, I liked being able to export the songs I made, so I had the option of listening to them outside of Musyc.
Musyc may look like a simple app, but you could play around with it for hours, and still be finding new ways to make noise. So if you like making music or you want to try out an unique new app, you can download Musyc for free from the App Store here. Then, tell us if you enjoy making music with Musyc.