apeSoft has released Sparkle for iOS – a tool for advanced spectral hybridizations, made of several algorithms that operate on frequency domain.
Here’s what they have to say about Sparkle:
The basic idea is to transfer the temporal structure of a sound (source) onto another sound (target) of which the spectral properties are preserved.
Simply put, you can take a voice and make it sing a Beethoven’s symphony!
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.
Details are few in the official specs, so the videos are currently the best reference for Sparkle’s capabilities.
Sparkle is available in the App Store for US $6.99.
If you’ve used Sparkle, leave a comment and share your thoughts on it!