Free iOS App Makes Music With Colliding Spheres

Refined Stochastic Technology releases Bucephalus      26/02/13

Refined Stochastic Technology has released an iOS app, Bucephalus.

A spokesperson told us, "Create unique sounds with this instrument utilising the power of elastic spheres! Five ball sizes have unique collision sounds and individual resonant tones for each wall of the screen."

Advanced features:

  • Custom designed three stage, four parameter chamber reverb.
  • Two parameter custom distortion.
  • Three filter types with adjustable Q and cutoff frequency.
  • Save states.
  • Variable elasticity, gravity and resonance.
  • User defined resonance settings with Major7, Minor7, Dominant7, Semitone, Wholetone and Pentatonic arpeggios and variable detuning for microtonal effects.


Pricing and Availability:

Free

More information:



 

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