How does the new iPad Tenori-On app compare with the original?

June 30, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

The new APP! How does it compare to the original machine? I have both, so I’ll tell you in DETAIL

The new TNR-i is, as with its parent the Tenori-on, based on a 16 x 16 grid of buttons which are used to sequence and trigger sounds; the horizontal direction relates to time, the vertical pitch. Most other features of the original, such as its interchangeable 16 song patterns and different composition modes, also make it to the TNR-i, although this new incarnation has its own set of benefits. Users can link with up to four other people via a network for simultaneous composition, while those who already own the Tenori-on can also connect via this feature.

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