Club Lighting

Club Lighting

Pretty okay.

Real player with 15.4 hrs in game

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Please do not update it and make it a little better there could be different dance girls and the background stage could be a bit more lively and there could be more favorite songs in this game is something completely wrong you did or made in this game great something sorry

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

Club Lighting on Steam

Fantasynth One

Fantasynth One

Add a good subwoofer to experience the full audio immersion.

There are LFE that I didn’t notice on headphones alone. Depending on your headphone quality, it may be better to just use 2.1 speakers or mirror audio.

I enjoyed this so much that I purchased the track to support the artist. Thank you and please make more or collaborate with The Wave.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

If you have a VR HMD and you don’t have this in you library––GET IT NOW!

The music and visuals are awesome to say the least. It’s not something that you will play for yourself over and over again, but it’s FREE and is perfect addition for those who demo their HMDs for friends and family.

Download it, With the exception of a few minutes of your life, what can you lose if you don’t like it?

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Fantasynth One on Steam



I found the Midinous grid paradigm to be an inspiring way to place note events within a period of time. Unlike most sequencers which slice a cycle into a number of steps, the Midinous grid allows one to drag events to change the time relationships as well as the overall length of a sequence. The ability to run multiple sequences on different channels on the grid makes creating polyrhythms with different sounds is a gas, baby.

Real player with 418.5 hrs in game

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Midinous is one of those really special MIDI sequencers that comes along every once in a while that completely rewrites how I approach making music. Through the semi-modular grid and it’s built in functionality, Midinous allows you to construct MIDI sequences that I could have never accomplished, or would be extremely difficult to create using traditional sequencing tools. I’m overwhelmed with the possibilities and I cannot wait to see where the developer takes Midinous in the future. Highly recommended if you make any kind of music with MIDI whatsoever!

Real player with 27.7 hrs in game

Midinous on Steam

VR Pianist

VR Pianist

‘Music, reality, sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference’ (D12 - When the music stops)

Playing the piano in virtual reality was new to me and surprisingly fun!

Can I now apply this to a real piano? Yes, but it won’t really allow me to play a completely complicated song.

VR Pianist is a rhythmic VR game, you choose the song you want to do and the difficulty. (easy, normal, hard)

based on the difficulty level you will have to press more or less keys to get a final score.

Here you can see an example of ‘Beethoven - Für Elise’ on hard:

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2

You can view my initial impressions review & gameplay here:

In case you can’t tell from the store page video, you’re playing finger piano in VR. It’s similar to guitar hero, except you are playing real notes on a virtual piano. The game has several songs from contemporary, classical, and thematic piano music. It has easy, normal, and hard difficulties. Several songs are unlocked until you do good enough to unlock the rest.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

VR Pianist on Steam



This is what other VR drumming apps should have been. I’ve tried a bunch of them and they all left me craving for a better option. This might me the one for me!

It is fully customizable:

  • You can add the drums you want in the virtual space, resize them how you want and place them where you want! If you’re an experienced drummer you can recreate your own kit accurately, and if you’re a beginner and don’t know where to start you can use one of the presets or recreate very quickly your favourite drummer’s kit.

Real player with 168.0 hrs in game

I just picked this up a couple days ago. Put in 3.4 hours so far and loving it. I’m a complete novice and while the game does not contain a tutorial itself it is still an amazing learning tool.

I used OVR Drop to bring in a youtube window to a show a beginner drum turorial to play along with - this works great! In a short amount of time I was able to learn a straight rock beat with high-hat, snare and base drum. It felt awesome.

Even though you don’t get the feedback of hitting a real surface, it still feels like you are playing the drums and certainly the timing and spacial aspects would transfer to real life. I’m looking forward to learning more and getting better.

Real player with 49.0 hrs in game

Paradiddle on Steam

Robo Maestro

Robo Maestro

Robo Maestro is a procedural music toy. It’s a revolutionary new way of creating and experiencing music! You tell it what you want, and then the Maestro automatically generates music that fits that. Playing Robo Maestro requires no music knowledge at all: just have fun and hear what happens! Guide the Maestro and create awesome music together with it!

Maestro Mode

Maestro Mode is the main attraction: a fun, relaxing experience where the music constantly evolves based on your choices. The Maestro generates random options that you can choose from to alter the music. Hear something you like? Store it as a chorus to come back to later, or save it for usage in the editors.

Loop Editor

Build your own loops and define details like instruments, layers, intensity and random seeds. Whatever you do, Robo Maestro makes sure it always fits with the rest of the music!

Song Editor

Combine your loops to create complete songs!

Export your creations

Share your music with friends, or open it in any other music software to continue editing there. What you create with Robo Maestro is yours to use in any way you like!

Optional deep tweaks

You can also dive deeper and define the chords and time signatures yourself. You don’t have to though: Robo Maestro can figure everything out itself, so you don’t need to know any music theory to use it. But if you want, you can get more detailed control.

Jam companion

Jam along to Robo Maestro on your favourite instrument or vocals! This automatic mode will let Robo Maestro endlessly evolve the music, fully automatically, as a backing for your own improvisation. Or enable the full features and just sit back and be surprised by what Robo Maestro can generate!

Advanced automatic composition

Robo Maestro is powered by an advanced procedural music generator. Dozens of algorithms work together to create each aspect of a song: drums, bass, melody, chords, rhythm, notes and much, much more. You can control each step individually, or just let Robo Maestro generate a complete loop and make tweaks from there.

Robo Maestro on Steam

SonicLoop - Realtime VJ content creator for streaming, music videos and live performance

SonicLoop - Realtime VJ content creator for streaming, music videos and live performance

SonicLoop - Where audio meets art.

Welcome to SonicLoop, built by creators for creators.

SonicLoop empowers you to create real-time, reactive, audio visualizations for streaming (YouTube Live, Twitch), for live performances and for content creation (social media, music videos, or even live wallpapers).

By investing in this beta version you are joining our community and supporting future development by accelerating our roadmap.

Features in this Beta version include:

Load elements into up to 6 positions within 3 layers

Built-in element library categories include:

    - Static geometry

    - Animated geometry

    - 3D text

    - Lighting rigs

    - Dynamic effects (more coming soon)

Externally loadable assets include:

    - Import your own custom mesh

    - Import your own fonts

    - Import images or even stream in videos from the web

    - Import lyric files to play with videos (.lrc)


    - 45 Stackable and blendable effects

    - Many effects have customization options

    - Effects can be blended on top of other effects

    - Effects can be locked on or pulsed

    - Virtually limitless combinations


    - Stream video into SonicLoop and out to OBS and any other application that supports Spout

    - Control effects and set settings over OSC

    - Load and save FX presets

    - Load entire FX stacks over OSC (Touch OSC compatible)

we have many more exciting features to come…



SonicLoop - Realtime VJ content creator for streaming, music videos and live performance on Steam

EXA: The Infinite Instrument

EXA: The Infinite Instrument

English below !!!

Diese App ist absolut einzigartig und ich kann sie nur empfehlen! Es handelt sich um eine Mischung aus virtuellem Musikinstrument, Loop-Station und virtueller DAW. Der Name “Infinite instrument” passt, da man sich beliebig viele Formen frei platzieren und skallieren kann und diese mit Audio-Samples und Tonhöhen belegen kann. Hierzu können eigene verwendet werden oder es kann bequem ingame auf die Datenbank von EXA ( 1000 samples) zugegriffen werden. Wer Noten lesen kann, kann sich diese auch vor seinem Instrument schweben lassen. So hab ich zum Beispiel das hier gemacht:

Real player with 79.0 hrs in game

I just want to say I love Exa. Great job to everyone who is developing this. I only played with this for a couple days and it is very easy to use and well designed. I will update my review the more I play around with Exa.

-When playing an instrument I hit a button on the controller and the Ringer menu pops up in front of the instrument while I’m playing. I would suggest to keep the Ringer menu outside of the play space so it is still accesible but out of the way.

-I would like a way to assign a sound to a controller button. So when playing the drums I can click a button for the bass drum so that the hand is free to still hit other pads. Also when hitting an open hi hat you pull the trigger while hitting and the same pad turns in to a closed hi hat. Pull the trigger to mute a cymbal crash. Think of using the trigger as a mute like the feeling of touching the strings of the guitar with your hand to mute it.

Real player with 30.9 hrs in game

EXA: The Infinite Instrument on Steam



This thing is awesome. I’m not very musically-inclined whatsoever. I don’t know how to play any instruments but I feel as though I’m not tone deaf so I can slowly piece my own renditions of songs together myself. This app is perfect and well-laid out. You can move anything around, scale it, easily modify notes and delays between each note, and record to .wav. Lots of options for how to set up and layer your music. Very cool app. I look forward to see what’s added in the future!

Real player with 8.2 hrs in game

It’s an interesting music making app! It’s a 3D xylophone, and you can sequence / compose melodies also.

If that sounds like fun, you should buy this app.

It’s made for Vive, but it can partly work on Rift also. ( Probably full compatibility will come later. )

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Real player with 6.7 hrs in game

LyraVR on Steam

Vinyl Reality - DJ in VR

Vinyl Reality - DJ in VR

I bought this app in December 2017. I’ve been using a Rift (CV1) for 3 years and this app is in my top 5 favourite VR apps of all-time.

One of many things that amazes me about VR is that you can learn a skill that can actually be applied 1:1 in real life. Having spent all of my life playing musical instruments but also loving dnb/techno/trance etc, the opportunity to learn to DJ for less than £10 has allowed me to realise that I love mixing as well as producing music. Using this app has lead me to recently purchase real physical equipment (Dj controller/mixer/headphones). I must say that even with the new physical equipment, I still use Vinyl Reality just as much. It’s a different experience.

Real player with 178.5 hrs in game

Over fifteen years ago a friend introduced me to spinning Drum & Bass tracks on Technics SL-1210 Mk2 turntables connected to an Ecler SMAC mixer. It took a while to learn but I had great fun doing it, even if I couldn’t afford such a set myself.

Eventually I bought a MIDI controller and DJ software to mix my own music at home, but it was never quite the same. Other hobbies took over, I forgot all about the joy of DJ’ing and many years passed.

Until recently, when I was looking for interesting VR apps that I could try out with the Oculus Rift. When I started up Vinyl Reality, all those good memories came back to me. And the app is not just a toy, it really is practical enough for doing mixsets the good old fashioned way, back then when your gear wouldn’t count BPM’s for you and you had to prepare for your sets and spend minutes tweaking the perfect sync between two records. And I find myself forgetting that I’m in VR. The turntables feel the same way. The mixer feels the same way. All those old tricks still work. Sure, with a little less tactile precision, that comes with the virtual nature of the app, but seriously, I’m so excited to own turntables and mix tracks again, I don’t care. :)

Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

Vinyl Reality - DJ in VR on Steam