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and uninstall it as soon as possible.
Release Notes (Updated for release 1.6.0)
Strumpy has hidden depth which may not be immediately evident. To get the most out of the application
the author recommends that you download the appropriate user guide
additional sample project files that you can download and import into Strumpy.
Sample project Give A Little Bit
contains the instantly
recognisable opening guitar phrases from the song of the same name as written
and composed by Roger Hodgson
the co-founder of supergroup Supertramp. Roger's music continues to exercise a
signifcant influence on the author's musical tastes.
To hear an example of Strumpy in action, take a listen to the following track.
The opening guitar phrases were generated from a Strumpy generated midi file patched
into a suitable Kurweil keyboard guitar patch.
Dreaming You Are Here.mp3
Strumpy project files can be exchanged with others using the export and import functions
that are available within the app. If the application proves popular, and there is an
in sharing project configuration files, the author is happy to publish them on this site so that others can
download them. This will help others to further explore the application's
possibilities. If you develop a project which you are particularly
proud of and wish to share then just email it to the author at the email address
shown in the Strumpy application 'about' box.
Strumpy Server is an additional software component that you need to download in
order to support
Strumpy's new 'Live Play Mode', a feature that allows
you to play Strumpy projects and phrases in real time through your home midi setup
using any instruments at your disposal, be they hardware or software based. Live
play works over your local wireless network. Hands free Strumpy project composing in real time, no longer constrained by the
quality and range of the standard midi instruments on your Android device and without
having to manually transfer and load your project midi files into your Digital Audio
Workstation (DAW) in order to hear the results. For more information please refer
to the user guide. Installation instructions are included in a README file in
the download package as well as the user guide.
Community Project Files