Julien Bayle, aka protofuse, has had a busy week. Not content to release just one extremely unique app, he has released two in the last two days.
The first is Mobile Particles, a generative music (iOS Universal) app for creating some ethereal ambient melodies. It seems to be a combination of a particle generator and a granular-something. I'm honestly not sure, the details are limited:"This is an algorithm which generates in real time particules with strange behaviours. You'll have some sliders to interact with the algorithm.
I hope you'll like it."
Next up is Digital Collisions (iPhone or HD, separate apps), which is: "a unique sound generator based on physics collisions algorithms"
A lot more details are available for this, but sadly no audio or video:
Touch the screen to create particles.
Each particle lives its own life, making sounds while bumping walls or meeting the other particles. Zen defines the quietness of particles. Autogeneration is a special mode where particles are generated automatically, sometimes. Birth defines the amount of automatically generated particles in Autogeneration mode.
Additionally there are effects like Delay, which has a unique Symetery function, and a Filter. This sounds like it could be fun, so I'll be sure to post as soon as any videos appear!
Thanks to Synthtopia for bringing these to my attention!