I don’t remember this app at all, but it’s just had a big overhaul and here’s what’s new:
This is a complete revision of ADelay. Built from the ground up, this version has an entirely new UI. It now features a bitcrusher and a resonance filter in its effects chain. Also included is a pattern bank for storing multiple slider sweeps and an Audio Player for mixing audio files with the microphone input.
For completeness here’s the original app’s description:
ADelay is a granular synthesis based audio effect processing tool for creating truly wild out there sounds. The tool is designed for the extreme, it makes it ideal for experimentation. Some great results can be had, whether they be used for creating spot effects for film or for simply processing an instrument; ADelay works great with adapters such as iRig. Alternatively hook it into Audiobus to allow ADelay to be used as part of an Fx Chain along with other audio apps.
The app takes sound input through the internal microphone (or AudioBus), the builtin audio player or both simultaneously.
Whilst using ADelay It’s recommended that you plug your iDevice into headphones or a speaker system to prevent constant feedback (unless of course that is the desired result!) careful on those ears if using headphones, the results can be pretty loud!
By using the simple and clean interface, audio can be processed using the fx sliders controls. Slider movement can be stored in one of four different pattern banks and played back. Pattern banks can also be saved and recalled back at a later point.
The app is free.