Developer Oliver Greschke has released Elastic FX, a 4-channel multi-effects processor for iPad that’s designed to be deep, but also easy to use.
You can use the device’s built in microphone, an external keyboard or guitar (iPad soundcard needed), your favorite iOS drum machine, or an iOS synthesizer via Inter-App Audio or Audiobus. You can also import audio files and play them through up to 4 effects at once.
- Multi-effects app created by the developers of Elastic Drums
- 4 effect units with different routing options
- Choose one of 32 available stereo effects in each effect unit
- Broad range of different effects of the following categories: Modulation, Pitch, Distortion, Filter, Delay, Reverb, Others
- Additional master effects section with level meters, 3 band equalizer, compressor, stutter fx
- XY-Pad to easily control the most important effect values (Kaoss Pad style)
- Possibility to automate/record the XY-Pad tweaks (1,2,4,8 bars length)
- Automated tweaks and some effects (PingPong Delay) get played in sync via Ableton Link/Inter-App Audio
- Audiobus 3 support
- Inter-App Audio support
- Simple audio player to test the effects with audiofiles
- Tweak the most important parameters via Midi, Midi learn optio
- Switch user-presets with Midi Program Change messages
- Save, load and share user presets
Using Elastic FX With Studiomux
This video showcases how to use Elastic FX & Studiomux, using a lightning cable to transmit Audio and Midi between an iOS device and a computer – essentially turning your iPad into a tangible audio effect processor for your DAW.
Pricing and Availability
Elastic FX is available now for US $6.99.