Shimmer Effects On The iPad

Holderness Media releases Crystalline for Audiobus and Inter-app Audio      02/05/14

Holderness Media has released Crystalline, a shimmer reverb/delay effect for Audiobus and Inter-app audio. They say that it can create synth-like tones and textures from almost any sound source and is perfect for guitar, vocals, synths, sound design and more.

A spokesperson told us, "Guitarists can plug their instrument into an audio interface such as the Apogee Jam and get the elusive shimmer reverb tone they've been searching for. Crystalline is capable of a wide range of sounds, including classic 'shimmer' effects from the 80's, unique pitch shifted delays and lush reverbs. Crystalline is a highly creative and unique effects processor."

Crystalline features two distinct modes:
PERFORM and TWEAK.

  • PERFORM mode is focused around four XY touch pads. Touch to control DELAY TIME, FEEDBACK, REVERB and LOW PASS independently for left and right channels.
  • TWEAK mode features large expressive sliders and additional effect parameters, allowing you to fine tune your sound.


In addition to Audiobus and Inter-app Audio support, Crystalline can also process external instruments such as guitar, voice and synths by connecting a microphone or professional audio interface such as the Apogee Jam, ONE, or any iOS compatible USB audio interface.

FEATURES:

  • Control Left and Right channel delay time, feedback, reverb and more.
  • 16 delay modes for a wide variety of pitch shifted delay effects
  • Multiple stereo output modes including Wide Stereo, Cross Feedback, Stereo Tremolo and Sum to Mono.
  • Huge range of ambient sound effects possible, from beautiful shimmering reverbs to dissonant, metallic delays.


Pricing and Availability:

$4.99 at the App store.

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