The first version of my Android Melody Generator app is complete. The only things left to be done do not involve programming:
– create an icon for it
– create some screenshots for it
– create a little website for it that includes examples and some documentation (I purchased the domain melodygenerator.com … it’s simple and to-the-point … nothing’s there yet, but there should be soon)
And that’s it! Then I will upload it to the Android market. It will be $4.99. Might even be done by this time tomorrow.
I will admit this: one of the problems I have with the app is that, at least for me, it becomes more addicting to just have it write melodies and listen to the results than to actually spend the time using the melodies in my own work. For me, it’s a bit more like a musical toy than a tool. But that’s just a testament to how much I enjoy it. And I’m obviously quite biased.
Is it done? Does it work? Am I finished? … I am finished. It works. It is done. I am a genius. Sean, you are an unadulterated genius. You are an indisputable extraordinary — is that bug? No, it’s not. You’re a fool. You are finished. And it begins…
Careful, careful, mustn’t get excited, mustn’t overdo it. Slowly, don’t rush, you’ll get used to it in no time. Look at it! Incredible! What an app to use, what an app to write! I shall be inspired, I shall turn out symphonies and operas, measures by the ton, at last I have an app, and everyone will know, everyone in the world, everyone will know that it’s here. It is here! It is here!