Sparkle Spectral Manipulation App (Sneak Preview)

Here are a couple of video demos of Sparkle – an upcoming audio effects app for iPad from apeSoft (Alessandro Petrolati). 

apeSoft is the developer behind apeFilter, GliderVerb and iVCS3.

Sparkle is described as a Spectral Manipulation, Cross Synthesis, phase-sync transformation audio app for iPad.

Pricing and availability details are to come, but they say it is ‘coming soon’.

demos via redskylullabyAlessandro Petrolati

8 thoughts on “Sparkle Spectral Manipulation App (Sneak Preview)

  1. this makes me think of the jomox sunsyn rcos in a way, using an audio sample as an fm source, this goes much further in other directions though, would love a vst like sparkle

  2. What a great sounding app. The spectral manipulation very much sounds like the ‘Transform Multiplication’ function found in old EMU E4-type samplers. This function really is to be welcomed, as for the moment, most, if not all vocoder-type apps on iOS only allow the modulation signal to come from a basic built-in synth or keyboard, which is pretty tedious.

  3. Getting close to the point where the path to really interesting new sound applications starts with iOS rather than PC or OSX. I would love this as a vst but I already (soon) will have it for a fraction of the cost on iPad. I love apesoft stuff as much as behringer labs, technical leaders, both.

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