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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.

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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.

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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

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