I have posted on this app before and gave it a quick try out on my old Jornada 568, but I couldn’t get the hang of it. I was wondering if I should give it a go again, but I’m not sure. I’ve added it to the application directory for completeness, but I’d be interested in what other people think of it too…

I’d be interested to know if anyone has any experience with this app?

On the CoyoteFlux there some useful bullet point information about the app:

– Echo with variable length and Flanger

– Programmable slicer (this feature uses 16 switches, any of the switches can be either enabled or disabled to quickly turn the sound on and off during a period of 1-2 seconds)

– Real time reverse (constantly plays seconds of audio in reverse)

– Variable long echo mode to create an echo that continues almost eternally

– Variable quantizer to remove 1-15 bits from the sound output

– Variable pitch bender to pitch the sound input up or down

– Variable modulated pitcher – Variable noise gate

– Variable downsampler (allows the sound to be played at lower frequencies to make it sound like an old radio)

– Variable output gain (to increase/decrease the output volume)

– 10 Presets with save function – Recording mode to record the sound input with any amount of special effects. Since the .WAV format is used for recording, the output files can be loaded with any sample editor or audio player.

– Any recorded file can be played back using different modes. It is possible to play them through the effects unit and they can also be mixed with the microphone input – Ten different file slots per storage medium

– Mute mode (to disable the sound output instantly)

– Monitor mode (to disable all the special effects instantly)

– Easy to use graphical interface

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