A sine wave synthesis program, this presents an unusual layout of keys which lends itself well to playing certain chords and looks more visually interesting and colorful than a traditional keyboard, making it well suited for introduction to music playing for younger children.
The app could also connect to the MRP Grand Piano via MRPConnect, meaning people could connect a piano to the iPad via WiFi, and then any notes played on the iPad would be played on the piano instead of the app.
HexaTonnetz was developed internally for the Drexel MET-Lab and is not available publicly.
Released: August 29, 2017
Made With: Objective C++
Made For: Drexel STAR Scholars
Ryan Daugherty: All HexaTonnetz work, all wireless communication and MRPConnect work
Andrew McPherson: All MRP Grand Piano work