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May 3, 2012 | 5:30 PM EDT
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This is not a game. This is a musical toy to have fun with :3

I've finally released the fourth version of Sheepwolf Mixer.
I'm now using this new account as well. I hope you guys enjoy this new version

EDIT: Thanks for the daily feature :3

Reviews


TFloverTFlover

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ah ! This is amazing ! Very nice job



kingant5009kingant5009

Rated 5 / 5 stars

My god I love this! I am really impressed with what you've done! The sounds are smooth, the variety is plenty, and anyone can learn how to use this! Bravo.


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PsycoMunkeyPsycoMunkey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I had faith in you sheepwolf.

I remember like 2 years ago when me and my friend would create our own music on dj sheepwolf mixer 2 i think. then 3 came and i was all "wooooah!" I only waited for this epic musical toy to be released. The epic introduction song made me fav this instanly.

I LOVE THIS.

5/5 BOTH

Faved, of course~!!


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DjCakesDjCakes

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Its a MUSICAL TOY not a game >_>



pauljs75pauljs75

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This thing is pretty cool. Particularly that it's done in flash. Sounds good for a music "toy". I had fun at least.

Only thing it needs is a programmable sequence bank for the keyboards. You know, for doing arpeggios or some kind of simple user programed melody loop. Putting stuff in and then pushing stuff through an array on a limited beat timing cue seems like it should be possible. It would make up for the awkwardness of trying to play music on the QWERTY layout.

Yet I wouldn't go as far to ask for any filters though, knowing how flash is, that's really pushing it.

As for those really wanting a lot more than what this gives, I'd recommend actual stand-alone software. LMMS as the FOSS option or FL as the commercial pay-for option. Whole other learning curve though, since those don't pre-package everything to synch up with levels and stuff nicely pre-mixed. (Yet they're quite fun and surprising to work with if you keep at it.)


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