apeFilter Advanced Equalizer Now Available For iOS

apefilterapeSoft has released apeFilter – an advanced equalizer for iOS.

The graphic interface lets you design a precise and smooth frequency response by directly manipulating up to 36 Peaks Filters.

You can use apeFilter to sculpt sound using the embedded sampler or live from Audiobus or Inter-Audio-App Input.  Continue reading

csSpectral – A Csound-Based Multi-Effects Processor For iPad

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Boulanger Labs has introduced csSpectral – a real-time, Csound-based, multi-effects processor, featuring a Streaming Phase Vocoder and six other Spectral algorithms.

Harnessing some of the most unique and powerful signal processing capabilities of Csound, csSpectral brings the vast world of time and FFT-based effects to the iPad.

Here’s a sneak preview of csSpectral in action: Continue reading

SineVibes Intros Molecule Multi-Band Processor For OS X

sinevibe-moleculeSineVibes has introduced Molecule – a multi-band processor, for OS X, that allows you to split the sound into three frequency bands – low, mid, high – and pass them independently through different effects.

Molecule includes a vast array of effects algorithms, such as comb filter, chorus ensemble, frequency shifter as well as barber-pole phaser, circuit-bent filter, digital- and analog-style distortion. Continue reading

LiquidSonics Intros Mobile Convolution Reverb For iPad

mobile-convolution-reverbLiquidSonics has released Mobile Convolution, a true-stereo reverb processor for use with Audiobus and Inter-App Audio hosts.

Mobile Convolution allows the IR to be stretched, cropped and envelopes applied to shape the sound of the reverb in a ‘natural and musical way’, according to the developer.

A collection of impulse responses is provided, and external impulse responses can be added via Open-In… support in apps like Mail, Safari and Dropbox, or downloaded directly from within the app.

Mobile Convolution is available for US $9.99 via the App Store.

If you’ve used Mobile Convolution, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!