FLUX:FX processor app – Adrian Belew making some weirdness! (video)

Video description:

“FLUX:FX crazy sound bites – This video is showing Adrian Belew himself messing around with the app in Amsterdam, creating some pretty obnoxious sounds! He is also using the sequencer function inside the app to make some abstract loops. He is ‘playing’ his custom Parker Fly, and the sound is from Genelec monitors and then into a panasonic gh2 camera mic [sorry!].
The second half of the video features Amsterdam-based Tom Trapp, a Grammy nominated writer and arranger for everyone from Massive Attack to Steve Vai. He is also a badass guitarist with an awesome Gretch Chet Atkins.

Just to be clear, this video is not to demo the full range of sounds… more to show some of the truly weird stuff that you can do with this app while just messing around!

FLUX:FX is a multi-effect audio processor app for the iPad that lets you ‘play’ your effects. Innovative, intuitive and exciting, FLUX:FX lets you manipulate any audio signal into something entirely new, and redefines the possibilities of audio design and live performance in an app with an almost unlimited range of effect options. FLUX:FX is a truly authentic digital platform for designing your sound. Featuring more than 30 modular effects blocks, a master Performance view with 1-touch interaction, an advanced Edit view with multi-touch and full assignment possibilities, and an innovative Sequencer view to bring motion to the audio signal, this app allows the user to easily create previously unheard sounds. Fully compatible with Audiobus, Inter-App Audio and MIDI, FLUX:FX is made to connect seamlessly with existing live rigs and studio workflows. Designed and built by the collective NOIISE – incorporating the acclaimed US guitarist Adrian Belew, mobile specialists MOBGEN and audio experts Elephantcandy.”

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