What are the differences between Mogees Pro and Play

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There are a number of differences between Mogees PRO and Mogees PLAY

Mogees Pro includes the following software:

Mogees for iOS

Mogees VST / AU for OSX

Mogees Keys

Mogees Play

Mogees Play includes the following software:

Mogees Play

Mogees Keys

 

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Design/Use:

Mogees Pro was designed for music producers and live performers. 
Mogees Play is a lighter, simplified version designed for a wider audience of gamers and musicians of any ability. 

Hardware:

The Mogees Play takes the same basic design of the Mogees Pro but houses it in a much lighter, more affordable casing; Mogees Pro uses much more acoustically transparent materials for a much better frequency response.

Mogees Pro also includes a 1/4” adapter for use with audio interfaces.

 

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    nobodyroo

    How to play music on mogees play? it looks like i just hit an object at any place and mogees apps gives me random sounds for it and nothing more. What is the sense? How can i wright my own melody or something? 

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    General Support

    You can play music by using Mogees Keys which allows you to play your melodies, arpeggios or chords. You can also choose between the 3 sound engine available to further customise your own sound.

     

    Check this video tutorial on Mogees Keys which shows one of its use: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qc0P8KcVFhU 

     

     

     

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    nobodyroo

    So i can't play any melody without writing it in the app before? Same as i can't jam with different instruments/sounds live? The only thing that i can do with mogees play is control the type of sound extraction for my presets? Can I at least play a melody which is not just rising up or going down? For example С D# G F D# A ?


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    Catherine S.

    I'm confused because I thought Mogees Keys would be like a keyboard, and the hard part would be finding out how far apart to hit for different notes. But it doesn't seem to be like that?

    It seems to be cycling through the notes more than caring where on the object i hit-- so like nobodyroo says, it seems like I can only play a melody going up or down. But stranger yet, I can't seem to control whether it plays just the next note or the next TWO notes at once.

    I get that you can shift the first note, but I'm not sure how to get it to stop cycling through the other notes and go back down to the first note. And if i have to play the whole melody by shifting the first note around on the keyboard, then that seems like it defeats the point of the sensor.

    I wish there were some tutorial on how to touch the object to produce the desired notes, rather than just how to adjust more complicated things like chords. Because I'm hardly ready to worry about whether I want chords when surely I'm just not understanding the basic act of playing the notes I try to play.

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    nobodyroo

    How is it going with Samsung?
    Or maybe at least you will open API as you promised?
    Because if it works like I, and Catherine from comments understood it, mogees play looks like useless child toy

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    General Support

    Hi @Catherine,

    If you want to trigger the first note rather than continuing to cycle through the arpeggio, go to the arpeggio settings (bottom right), turn off the Chords toggle button. Now any time you hit hard and it exceeds the value of the slider, it will reset to the first note of the arpeggio.

    If you want to trigger specific notes or sounds based on specific gestures, this is the primary feature of the Mogees Pro for iOS app, which is available for the Mogees Pro sensor.

     

    @Nobodyroo - development for Mogees Pulse / Maestro on Android has been postponed as we we're unable to bypass Unity's audio engine on Android platforms which suffer from high latency. Here is our update from November. All users who pledged toward the android version and chose that they didn't want to hold onto their unit have been refunded in full. If you fall under this category but have not been refunded, please let support@mogees.co.uk know.

     

    Progress on the API is going well. Mogees Keys and our new app Maestro both use our new API and code library under the hood. Current work on the API includes the interface with the gesture recognition algorithms. Initial tests of compiling the current API on Linux have proven successful so it looks like our goal of having it cross-platform is on track.

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