iOS 8 Intros New Option For Audio Applications

Wooji Juice, creator of Mitosynth & Grain Science synthesizers and Hokusai audio editor for iOS, has shared the results of some initial experimentation with a new option under iOS 8 – Extensions

Extensions are designed to allow applications to share features, which are made available in other applications. Apple’s examples include sending alerts to notification center, adding new system-level social media sharing, providing access to file repositories and adding custom keyboards.

Wooji Juice is exploring how Extensions can be used for audio. In their example, an Extension is used to add the option to reverse audio Mitosynth.  Continue reading

Sinevibes Intros Sequential 3.0

Sequential

SineVibes has released Sequential 3.0, the latest version of their polyphonic multi-effect sequencer.

Sequential is a dynamic multi-effect that allows you to trigger different processing and synthesis algorithms in a rhythmical fashion. It features a total of 19 fine-tuned effects that filter, distort, reshape, stutter and even generate audio. Continue reading

Sound Magic Neo Dynamic A ‘New Concept For Dynamic Processing’

neodynamicSound Magic has updated Neo Dynamic an audio effect they describe as ‘a new concept in dynamic processing technology’.

Features:

  • A total of 10 compressors and limiters modelled after such famous hardware
  • Incredibly Accurate Modeling by Sound Magic’s Award Winning Modeling Technology
  • Sensor Network Technology which helps musicians to achieve better dynamic processing
  • Has a THD+N (Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise) Ranging from -63dB to -115dB. Depend on the types and settings you choose

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New App, Caramel, A Distortion, Crusher & Fattener Effect For Audiobus & Inter-App Audio

Holderness Media has released Caramel - a stereo distortion, crusher and fattener effect, designed for Audiobus and Inter-App Audio.

According to the developer, ‘Caramel is perfect for adding lo-fi grit and punch to drums, bass, synths, guitar and more.’ Continue reading