Based on the OP-1 by Teenage Engineering - probably the best looking synth out there in my opinion.
Inspirational props to Mikael for this.
9 months ago
This is so hot!
This is beautiful !
Nice! The buttons look great.
Have you got any real work to do?
I SO FUCKING WANT IT!
@Adam Whitcroft nice work, my friend. But I think a little bit "heavy" UI. Maybe try to play with shadows and colors. Nevetheless, it is a good UX and nice visual styles.
This is pretty slick, Rick. The curves on those shadows where they meet the flatness of the outer edge of the buttons are beautiful. So soft...
I have a question about the bottom row though - are there more keys below, or is that where the entire interface terminates?
Am I allowed to eat it?
I like this, not just because i love op-1
Epic. I want to use this.
Thanks for the nice words guys :)
@Samuel Q Green Yup that's where it ends. I tried having a bottom border around the buttons, but that made them pretty darn small vertically so opted to just kill them at the edge of the screen.
It's Guetta time!
You did great job here.
Amazing :) Like in the "Swedish house mafia - one" video
Sensational work, @Adam. So gosh darn realistic looking, I'm highly impressed!
I feel the a forward/back arrow symbols don't look too centered though. :)
@Louis Bullock Thanks pal - the symbols (play, pause, backward and forward) are all vertically centered but not horizontally centered as doing so really squashed down the numbers on each button, so they have been nudged upward 10px from the horizontal center :)
@Adam I figgerred that much :) I meant that the arrows didn't look entirely vertically centered, but that could just be my eyes :)
I really want to see this as an app, ASAPP.
Looks like no one got the joke...
I'm wondering; is there any way you can play more than two notes?
If so, what's the point in placing these three white keys. Would they do something else besides playing a note?
I know it's extremely appealing (although the synth itself is pure eye-candy so there's wasn't much room for improvement) but I wonder as a musician if that's the best transition and elements placement to make the app as functional as it should.
8 months ago
@Jordi Verdú Awkward comment really considering I took it seriously. Each key has 2 hit areas, so combined with the 'shift' key you get 12 assignable hit areas - far more than something like Figure offers. It's not meant to be anything more than a fun and quick way to pop some sounds down.
I'm a musician too - so lots of thought has gone into the layout.
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