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Re: Android phone OK for music/looping?

Whoa! this looks like some mondo cool stuff!

On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 4:18 PM, <cpr@musetrap.com> wrote:
This is not 'music' software per se, but it does bring cool functionallity to Android:

On Android, Free, Open Source Touch Control for Music – And It’s Just the Beginning,  http://createdigitalmusic.com/2011/07/on-android-free-open-source-touch-control-for-music-and-its-just-the-beginning/#more-19927

Quoting Buzap Buzap <buzap@gmx.net>:

Hi folks

I'm planning on buying an Android phone. Generally, I'd prefer it to  an iPhone (microSD, transparent/open, accessible file system).
However, I'm not sure if the Android will be ok for music/looping. I  just need some basic looping (long loop, overdubs, able to save it),  basic music notation (abc notation or Lilypond) and some simple  things (mp3 voice recorder, tuner, metronome etc.).
Should I be ok with an Android for basic stuff (no gimmicks) or is  there simply no alternative for a musician to an iPhone?

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