Mouse on Mars WretchUp – An Audio Mangler For iPhone (Teaser)

Mouse On Mars has released this teaser for WretchUp – an audio mangler for the iPhone.

Here’s what he has to say about WretchUp:

WretchUp is inspired by analog hardware effects, translated into something you can hold in your hand. You can use it on drums. You can use it to transform music tracks, or playing with feedback from a speaker. You can just have fun speaking or singing into it.

But whatever you do, it’s designed around the handheld. In place of a complex interface, the focus is on a broad range of sound possibilities and quick exploration beneath your fingers. You can concentrate on listening and experimentation, as the app produces a range of sounds, fast.

Development of the app is being done via an indiegogo campaign. See the site for details.

5 thoughts on “Mouse on Mars WretchUp – An Audio Mangler For iPhone (Teaser)

  1. This looks kind of fun – but I don’t like the trend of companies asking their customers (or potential customers) to take on the risks of developing software or gear.

    These sort of projects reward developers based on what they promise, rather than what they deliver. How is that good for users?

  2. I can’t comment on the app itself, but WretchUp is an unfortunate name. It’s a term often used for describing the process of producing cat hairballs. Unless that’s what you are going for…

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