Put simply, Museflow is an application to enhance the sound quality of your i-device…so why can’t I notice the difference?
As a musician and a music fan with an extensive collection – including everything from brand spanking new iTunes downloads to dodgy phone recordings of live gigs – this app sounded very appealing indeed. I was expecting to be able to make minor adjustments to audio quality and have an in-depth, tailor made music player, unfortunately all I seem to have is the option of a few different skins and the ability to switch between Speech, Hi-Fi and Live.
Not to blow my own trumpet, but I would say that I know enough (and I’ve heard enough) about music to be able to appreciate and notice the kind of benefits that this app is advertising, and yet I simply cannot notice any difference from playing music through this app and the provided music player on my iPhone. Having tried various headphones, earphones and speakers, and playing well produced, fresh-from-iTunes tracks as well as some rough and hideously noisy recordings through a phone speaker at a recent band practice…this app seems to make no difference whatsoever.
Pros: If you want to have a music player on your i-device in which you can change the skins, you might find this useful.
Cons: No noticeable difference in sound, and that’s basically the whole point of the app. The price is a disgrace.
Maybe I have amazing headphones and speakers to start with, maybe I’ve become tone deaf from too much drumming, maybe this app is rubbish, who knows…