ElasticFX For iPad (Sneak Preview)

Developer Oliver Greschke (Elastic Drums) shared this sneak preview of ElasticFX – an upcoming effects processor for iPad.

Here’s what he has to say about it:

It’s basically a 4 channels effect machine with lots of different effects of different categories (Modulation, Pitch, Distortion, Filter, Delay, Reverb, Others).

The special twist of EFX is that there are different routing options how you connect 4 different effect slots AND similar to Elastic Drums, you can automate your tweaks of the effect parameters. Automation can get synced with other apps via Ableton Link and IAA sync then.

Elastic FX runs standalone (like in this video), or you can play it with other apps via Audiobus or InterApp-Audio (AUv3 is not supported).

Here’s another preview, via Perplex On:

Details on pricing and availability are still to be announced.

11 thoughts on “ElasticFX For iPad (Sneak Preview)

  1. Looks interesting… and I’m sure it will be. I love Elastic Drums… but I hate it when fx videos don’t let us hear the bypassed signal first. How am I supposed to know what the effects are doing if I don’t have a bypassed reference point???

  2. I’ve had this for a week for testing and it is quite nice. Lack of AUv3 support is sort of disappointing as that’s kind of the new standard in iOS production but the effects sound really good and there is a substantial selection of fx. Unfortunately with the aforementioned omission of au there isn’t much to differentiate this from Turnado…

  3. No auv in this time no buy from me… sorry i feel that so many apps need auv its so much better i like working with real plugins esspecially in modstep…

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