Carry a church organ around in your pocket
Organist brings the power and versitility of the organ to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Play your own soundtrack with the electric organ, or add gravitas to any occasion with a few chords on the church organ.
Words do such a dynamic application no justice. The following short video shows off some of Organist's features:-
See realistic 3D keys really move as you press them. Organist also includes a 'pianola' effect where the keys move in time with recorded notes when they are played back.
The 'Play' and 'Record' buttons are shown as Organ Stops that can be pushed in and pulled out to further develop the 'feel' of an organ.
Navigate a four octave organ keyboard using innovative scroll buttons first developed for the critically acclaimed MooCowMusic:Pianist. Scroll by single keys or a whole octave. Set up your keyboard at the start of the tune, and even scroll while playing. Optionally label the keys of the organ to aid navigation. You can configure Organist to label just the left key, all the keys, or all the keys with a colour indicating the octave.
Zoom in or out of the keyboard. Organist can display anywhere from one to two octaves horizontally on screen. A smaller number of keys means a larger target for your fingers and makes it easier to play chords. A larger number of keys means you can reach more notes when playing live without having to scroll the screen. Different songs require different approaches. Organist can be configured to display a second keyboard onscreen to allow you to reach even more notes. At maximum settings, you can reach the full four octaves without needing to scroll once.
Intuitive and visually appealing setup
All the settings options for Organist are contained in one simple screen, designed to look like a collection of real world objects rather than a lifeless and confusing list of 'configuration items'. Change volume by turning a real volume dial. Change the organ sound by setting the patch as you would on an electronic organ.
Performances can be recorded and overdubbed multiple times to create the perfect song, which can be saved for later playback. Being able to actually record your tune brings a whole new level to playing. Take time to make the perfect recording to show off to your mates. Or pre-record whole songs or backing tracks ready for that 'live' performance.