iPulsaret is rated as a Killer App by Apps4iDevices.
iPulsaret is a new real-time software capable of all time-domain varieties of granular synthesis. A genuine granular playground able to generate a wide range of usual and not so usual effects: Grainlet, Trainlet, FM, time/pitch shifting, time/pitch jittering, intricate textures, grain fountain/pulverizer, Live Input manipulation and many more.
Control and shape grains, anytime, anywhere with iPulsaret for iPad.
- 32 Polyphony Voices
- Granulation Sources: Wave, Trainlet, Sample, Live and Harmonic
- Grain Envelope Deformation
- Grain Glisson Sweep
- Grainlet Linkage
- ADSR Note Envelope
- Snapshots Presets Morphing Pad
- Sharing common audio files via iTunes, Dropbox AudioCopy etc...
- Post FX chain: Echo, Ring Modulation, Lowpass Ladder and High Shelf filters, Reverb FDN and Dynamic Compressor/Expander
- Capture Master Audio Output
- Keyboard Musical Scales, up to 35 + User Defined Scale
- Keyboard State/Presets is loaded properly
+ Grain Source responds to MIDI CC
+ Audiobus 3 SDK updated
+ New Keyboard Transposition Key
+ New Keyboard Musical Scales, up to 35
+ New Keyboard Musical Scales, User Defined Scale
+ Keyboard split is now saved in presets
+ MIDI through IAA/AB3 now play in the coherent octave
+ Audiobus New MIDI Receiver Port
+ New Quick View for the Presets Manager, simplify the Presets navigation while playing the Keyboard
+ Stereo Echo bug fixed
+ Sample Retrigger now is working from MIDI
+ New Sample Tune Parameter
+ Improved Dynamics Compressor/Expander
Ratings and Reviews
This latest update makes iPulsaret really great. The UI is much improved, and Audiobus support is great, especially since you can use iPulsaret in Audiobus' filter slot.
Pair iPulsaret with iDensity and you'll be making sounds that no other iOS app can.
Amazing Updates Still Coming...
Useful sounds is what it's about and you can find them with this app.
There is a ton of value added in this update.
as someone else mentioned, this is an interesting app and seems very related to the engine in its companion, idensity.
what i don't understand is why they have tow different apps as opposed to one app that uses the same engine with different interface options. in other words, the keyboard option and the playing on the sound file option. maybe they could have an in-app purchase option so it would make my purchase of ipulsaret more flexible in the long term.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.