In some situations, you can't take your controller to where you need it. This app allows you to have your Launchpad always with you - as long as your phone is in your pocket. It's a perfectly-working launchpad with low-latency I/O that communicates with any DAW over your WiFi connection.
I once searched for Android MIDI DJing controllers and I realized that there's
only some unhandy rubbish on the market so I just had to get my hands on this.
It currently only covers the very basic features of your DJing software but I am gong to expand the functionality within the next couple of weeks.
So how does it differ from the other apps? It's the very first Android MIDI app that offers a touch strip instead of wasting your space with 2 bulky jog wheels. I haven't seen this approach anywhere else so I thought it'd be a cool thing to publish.
Maschine Scene Selector
My very first Android application being uploaded to the play store. I thought it would be useful to have control over the scenes
in the Maschine desktop application so you can continue playing on it. I never expected this app to become big, but I frequently
receive e-mails from artists that make use of my little tool.
The code is terrible, probably even the layout doesn't work on all devices but this was my first approach to code mobile applications. I had to stop the development as Native Instruments didn't seem to be too happy about 3rd party tools accessing their products but they somehow implemented it again so I recoded that whole thing for iOS. Android refurbish will happen at one point, too but atm I got no time for that :/
Runs on Android and iOS, is compatible to Windows and Mac OSX