New App, Popsicle FX, Turns Your iPad Into A Multi FX Processor

Numerical Audio has released Popsicle FX, a multi-effects processor for iPad that features 2 independent stereo effects engines, each with 24 different effect algorithms.

Effect engines can be used in series or parallel configuration, or split between stereo channels, where one is affecting the left channel while the other one is affecting the right channel.

Popsicle also features an XY Pad capable of controlling one or more FX parameters per axis. XY motion can be recorded and played back in sync with the host tempo allowing for dynamic effects.

Effects include:

  • Lowpass Filter
  • Highpass Filter
  • Bandpass Filter
  • Morphing Filter
  • Formant Filter
  • Comb Filter
  • Echo
  • BPM Delay
  • Short Delay
  • Reverse Delay
  • Stutter
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Phaser
  • Tremolo
  • Auto Pan
  • Vibrato
  • Bitcrush
  • Distortion
  • Fuzz
  • Pitch Shift
  • Plate Verb
  • Hall Verb
  • Mod Verb

Pricing and Availability:

Popsicle FX is available now, with an intro $7.99 through March 30th (normally $12.99).

One thought on “New App, Popsicle FX, Turns Your iPad Into A Multi FX Processor

  1. Early reviews on App Store show that it’s somewhat crashy with some iOS versions. That’s certainly forgivable for an early release. But perhaps the beta testing wasn’t very robust.

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