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Sorry, I didn't try it yet, because my iOS 5.1 and iPulsaret runs only on iOS 6!But here are some good news: http://discchord.com/As an iDensity user I think there are many exiting options, which make iPulsaret more "musical" instrument (e.g. aftertouch sensitive keyboard, waveforms, envelopes, FM, effects, etc.).
I've got both of them, I'm not an expert on either, but here are some observations.... iPulsaret is polyphonic, so you can get some variation going that way (although you can still only load one sample into memory at a time). It has a keyboard and you can assign various sample parameters to the y axis of the keyboard. Also there is a volume envelope available. In addition there are two new modes of working with pure waveforms on a grid and something called "trainlet" mode which I haven't figured out completely, both of which allow for some textural experimentation with tones. iDensity is more about the waveform interface and the various ways you can "play" it. Both apps allow you to import stereo samples of all sizes that you can mangle, but they approach it differently. Hope that made any sense.
I'm also curious. It appears like iDensity with a keyboard.
I plan on buying when there's support for iOS 5 or when an untethered jailbreak for iOS 6 becomes available. I don't have iDensity, and from the video demos, I think iPulsaret is better suited to my likes.
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