Audio Evolution Mobile 3.3.5 released with ‘Export rendered tracks’ option to export to any other DAW (Cubase, ProTools, etc.)
— Audio Evolution (@AudioEvolution5) October 17, 2014
Vandelay provides three separate delays in as many frequency regions. Each delay has an LFO that modulates the pitch of the audio stream. Together with tempo based delay times and feedback control you can create a very rich sound from almost any source. Sporting a clever, responsive and intuitive user interface, Vandelay is easily controlled and you will almost certainly get the hang out of it in minutes.
The app comes with 20 presets for inspiration.
- Full Audiobus 2 compatibility including state saving.
- Inter App Audio (IAA) compatible.
- Unique pitch modulation.
- Delay times are tempo based and can be quantized using the snap function.
- All parameters are visible and editable in one screen, wrapped in an intuitive user interface.
- Load / Save presets
Mixing is an art. Vandelay is developed by musicians for musicians.
Vandelay costs $2.99 on the app store:
csSpectral is updated. Here’s what’s new:
- Audiobus approved!
- iTunes file sharing allows adding impulses for convolution, or backing up audio files & presets.
- Added missing graphics, fixed bugs.
Will you upgrade straight away? Apple Pay should be there, and the camera roll is coming back, which I’m really looking forward to. Let’s hope it fixes a lot of the issues that we’ve all been having with 8.
What’s new? Here you go …
- initial compatibility with Android L
- share song project (for use on n-Track for Desktop or iOS, or for backup purposes)
- improved latency compensation
- various bug fixes
Interesting to see how people use these in the wild.