soundfruuze records the last 10 seconds of audio and allows you to manipulate it with special controls. The app’s interface is divided into five “lanes”, sound is produced by touching the lanes and each lane can be set up to use different effect and has various control parameters mapped to the touch position.
In version 1.2 there three new lane types in soundfruuze:
- FFT Looper — works the same way as Looper lane but uses FFT algorithm for playback allowing constant pitch for any playback speed and the same FFT effects (gate and phase randomisation)
- Granular Stream — the same granular-freeze engine with all parameter randomisation and special UI control
- Speed lane — vertical touch position controls playback speed, horizontal position can be assigned to any parameter
soundfruuze is on the app store for $6.99:
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