A physics-based fluid simulation drives an additive synthesizer, controlling a fat stack of up to 24 oscillators. The multitouch interface lets you control the fluid with your fingers, exciting the oscillators like strings on a liquid harp.
Various settings alter the fluid’s behavior as well as the resulting sound. Coax the fluid into a gentle motion, or crank the parameters for instant sonic madness.
Furthermore, a large ribbon controller lets you detune the oscillators, creating rich, sonorous harmonies or the thickest dissonant cacophony. Meanwhile two independent LFO's allow automated control of both oscillator spread and aggregate pitch.
Play CP 1919 as a drone by strumming the fluid with one hand while tapping the ribbon with the other or use the on-screen keyboard to play it like a more traditional device. The HOLD control lets you leave the sound on or make it keyboard-activated. Hold down ZERO to force the fluid to subside, or turn up the DAMPEN slider to kill its momentum. As always, experiment!
Updates Dropbox support. Adds backward support for iOS 5.1.
Ratings and Reviews
Nice but needs to learn to play well with others
Cool idea but would like interapp audio and audiobus so I can use it with other apps.
Please update for iOS 11
Please update your beautiful apps to iOS 11. I am so sad I can’t use them anymore.
No ios11 support
please update so I can use this again.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.