iConvolver is an app for conveniently utilizing convolution reverb on an iOS device.
Convolution is an effect that adds sampled reverberative properties to a sound to recreate the original properties of that sound. The data of these reverberative properties are called the Impulse Response(IR), and can record the properties of not only acoustic space but also from such things as hardware and speakers. By recording the properties of reverberation from acoustic spaces such as halls and studios, high grade hardware reverb, spring reverb, speaker cabinets and microphones, etc. to Impulse Response files, they can be reproduced in iConvolver.
As iConvolver comes with several Impulse Response files included, you can immediately test out those sounds.
+ Equipped with an original convolution engine.
+ Actualization of zero latency.
+ Compatible with external Impulse Response files(WAV/AIFF formats(1ch,2ch,4ch)). Open In is compatible with Zip files, and can extract Zip files as well. (Not compatible with password-protected Zip files)
+ Equipped with low pass and high pass filters for adjusting reverb sound.
+ Can be used in combination with other apps compatible with Audiobus and Inter-App Audio. Standalone operation also possible.
+ A universal app that can be used with both iPhone/iPad.
+ Comes with several original IR files(over 100) included.
For recreating reverb, acoustic space, speaker cabinet sound, etc.
***Regarding hardware compatibility***
iConvolver by its nature requires a relatively heavy CPU load.
Devices with 64 bit CPU recommended.
iPhone 6 and above, iPad Air 2 and above are especially recommended.
By increasing the audio buffer size, and shortening the utilized IR, the memory load can be lessened.
How to handle Open In (Import from other applications) has been changed.
After this version, files will be imported into a folder named Migration.
If you placed a file in the Inbox folder in the previous version, the file will be moved automatically when updating.
In addition, bugs related to import has also been fixed.
When copying files to mimiCopy on file sharing on Windows, it was fixed that some files could not be read.
Problems may still occur if you use some letters for file names. In that case please change the file name.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.