My Singing Monsters Composer is a game that features dozens of lovable Monsters from the My Singing Monsters franchise. Combine the unique vocal, percussive, and instrumental sounds of each Monster to create your own original compositions! Plus enjoy NEW sounds for your favorite Rare Monsters. It contains a variety of features that cannot be accessed in the normal Composer Island. It costs $4.49 USD on the Google Play Store and $4.99 USD on the App Store
- A keyboard used to make composing songs easier.
- Unlimited songs the player can make.
- Some of the monster sounds are a little smoother and less pitchy.
- Provided seven songs as sample music
- The song named "Spring", which is based on the original Vivaldi piece. It plays in D Major.
- The song named "Plant Island", which is a rearrangement of the original Plant Island song.
- The song named "Cold Island", which is a rearrangement of the original Cold Island song.
- The song named "Air Island", which is a rearrangement of the original Air Island song.
- The song named "Water Island", which is a rearrangement of the original Water Island song.
- The song named "Earth Island", which is a rearrangement of the original Earth Island song.
- The song named “Ethereal Island”, which is a rearrangement of the original Ethereal Island song.
- You can put up to 5 notes in one place.
- Able to play offline.
- Notes for composing are like the ones on Composer Island.
- New descriptions for the monsters, with more reference to their musical style rather than primarily their biological description.
- Songs can go up to 128 4/4 bars instead of the original 64 4/4 bars.
- Dipsters can be used.
- Ethereals can be used.
- Rares can also be used to expand the diversity of various timbres. Unlike the original game, Rares are available all-year round.
- Rare Bowgart uses pizzicato. (NOTE: These notes cannot be extended, unlike its common counterpart)
- Rare Deedge uses a synthesizer. (NOTE: This monster is in a different category than its common cousin)
- Rare Noggin uses an udu drum.
- Rare Quibble uses a harpsichord.
- Rare Shrubb uses more beatbox sounds that resembles like the other sounds in the main game.
- Rare Pango uses sounds that resemble a shaker or a rattle.
- Rare T-Rox uses high-pitched sounds that resemble the sounds in Air Island and Gold Island.
- Rare Pummel uses a taiko drum.
- Rare Thumpies uses a steelpan.
- Rare Riff uses an Electric Bass.
- Rare Clamble uses a Gong.
- Rare Shellbeat is the same as Regular Shellbeat but the sound has more reverb.
- Rare Congle is simply a lower pitched version of Regular Congle.
- Rare Drumpler is a snare drum with more loosened wires.
- Rare Reedling uses a bandoneon.
- Rare Scups is a wetter suction cup.
- A filter system to only show vocal, instrumental, or percussion monsters.
- An indicator, displayed as a green arrow, that shows which monsters' notes can be extended.
Missing Monsters on this app.
- Vocal Rares (Other than Rare Shrubb)
- Mythical Monsters
- Fire Monsters
- Magical Monsters
- Wubbox and Rare Wubbox
- Epic Monsters
There are some disadvantages when using My Singing Monsters: Composer instead of the original Composer Island. However, there are a greater number of advantages in the app than there are of disadvantages. Some of these disadvantages in this app include:
- Since only one monster of each type is assigned specific notes, only up to 5 notes of the same monster type can be played at a time.
- Monsters cannot be moved from their location to another on the island which restricts the side where the sound comes from.
- Because you only have one (or two) of each monster on the Composer Stage, that means that certain techniques (like echoing) cannot be used.
- Many of the sound samples are misleading such as Jellbilly's "bop".
- Unlike Composer Island, My Singing Monsters: Composer has ambiance for the composing menu, although the ambience can be muted.
- Also unlike Composer Island, My Singing Monsters: Composer has no Glowbes.
- In My Singing Monsters: Composer you can use Dipsters, Rare Monsters, and Ethereals with each of them having a unique sound.
- My Singing Monsters: Composer and My Singing Monsters Teaching Guide are the only MSM apps that cost money.
- Ethereal Monsters were added on May 14, 2019 and is the last update of My Singing Monsters: Composer before the game's hiatus on updates.
- My Singing Monsters: Composer hasn't been updated with new features, yet.
- Composer is the only My Singing Monsters game that shows Dipster eggs.
- Composer eggs have an unique style, and are reminiscent to how Jammer Splash characters look, (with soft colors and silhouettes blended with the base colors).
- Many of the sound samples are from less misleading such as Jellbilly's "bop" to most misleading such as PomPom's sound sample also used for the original My Singing Monsters.
- The only Rares missing were Rare vocals besides Rare Shrubb.
- If a monster plays multiple notes at once, the monster will do its corresponding animation from the last note placed.
- MSM Composer had only been discounted once so far.
- TBAth-25th September 2019. Discounted from $4.99 USD to $2.99 USD.