Yes, WARBL works with any device that can recognize MIDI controllers. Some devices may have more latency or take additional time to set up than others. Android phones and tablets usually require a USB On-The-Go (OTG) adapter to connect to WARBL. If you'd like to have tin whistle sound on Android, Windows, or Mac, you can try using an app that plays SoundFont files, like FluidSynth
, for Android, or Sforzando
for Windows or Mac. You can then use those to play the tin whistle SoundFont file that I made, which you can download here.
I also found a bagpipes SoundFont online that works well and contains two different GHB as well as smallpipes sounds. You can download it here.
With this SoundFont, set the key in the in the WARBL Configuration Tool to A3. Drones can be controlled with MIDI note 45. There is more information about it here.