rrarrow for iPad arrives

From the maker of Phawuo comes rrarrow …

rrarrow is the experimental modular audio effect and noise machine for the iPad featuring extended feedback capabilities.

Key features:

  • Simplicity. The interface is simplified for faster assembly and more flexible connectivity — you can assemble your effect very fast and control all the processing parameters with the audio signal!
  • Feedback capabilities. You can add feedbacks to the audio chain to get some chaotic noise sounds .
  • Twelve blocks for audio processing:

  • Sine generator. Basic oscillator with sine waveform
  • Signal multiplier
  • Delay
  • Frequency shifter
  • Envelope follower
  • “Lorenz attractor”
  • Quantizer
  • Sample-and-hold
  • Reverb
  • Special Lowpass filter
  • Clipper
  • Nonlinear shaper (for self-oscillating circuit)
  • Audiobus support. Now you can stream live audio directly to other Audiobus-compatible apps! See http://audiob.us for more information. Works as input and filter.
  • Background audio support: enabled when connected to Audiobus and user switchable otherwise.

iPad2 or newer is recommended for complex presets

The app is priced at $3.99.

BeepBoop arrives and is described as having … “the capacity for great evil”, and “Sounds from early Dr Who”

With a description like that how can I (you) resist?

A strange noise-making device.

A collection of blocks of signal processing that document the last few months of my meanderings, wired together to make excessive oddness.

Kinda like an iOS monotron, but with the capacity for great evil.

Made from circuit models. Structurally, there’s an antialiased oscillator, feeding a partially temperature-stabilised transistor-ladder VCF (which can be heated), feeding an interesting old pitch-shifter in full-feedback-fun mode.

Plus an LFO for some movement, and AudioBus compatibility.

Sounds vary from early Dr Who to world-ending cataclysms.

BeepBoop is priced at $1.99

BeepBoop arrives and is described as having … "the capacity for great evil", and "Sounds from early Dr Who"

With a description like that how can I (you) resist?

A strange noise-making device.

A collection of blocks of signal processing that document the last few months of my meanderings, wired together to make excessive oddness.

Kinda like an iOS monotron, but with the capacity for great evil.

Made from circuit models. Structurally, there’s an antialiased oscillator, feeding a partially temperature-stabilised transistor-ladder VCF (which can be heated), feeding an interesting old pitch-shifter in full-feedback-fun mode.

Plus an LFO for some movement, and AudioBus compatibility.

Sounds vary from early Dr Who to world-ending cataclysms.

BeepBoop is priced at $1.99

RealBeat 2.1 landing tomorrow

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