Fiddlewax released Fiddlewax Blue in February, and today they have launched Fiddlewax Yellow. This harmony looper is free for the first week!
Fiddlewax Yellow iTunes Description:
Fiddlewax Yellow is a live vocal harmony generator, effects processor, and looper all rolled into one.
Create your own music from the ground up using just your voice and whatever is around you! Realtime harmony lets you create and layer sounds as fast you can think of them. Unleash your imagination and build awesome audio tracks in seconds.
Unlike other pitch shifters which often quantize and auto-tune notes relative to a key, Fiddlewax Yellow builds polyphonic full-spectrum harmonies. Slide and bend the pitch of your voice and Yellow will seamlessly follow along.
Yellow lets you make music whenever the inspiration strikes. You will need headphones to record, though, so be sure to have some handy.
- Realtime 3-part vocal harmony using our very own super fast, polyphonic, pitch-shifting and audio analysis pipeline. Sing and synthesize new sounds and audio textures on the fly.
- Built-in effects to add chorus, distortion, reverb, low-pass, and high-pass filters with the push of a button. Quickly transform your voice into other instrument sounds as you play.
- Synchronized, auto-expanding looper to layer up to 6 audio tracks at once. Easily start/stop any track and clear tracks individually when you want to overwrite/undo.
- Integrated recording function to save and share songs. Send to other installed apps, attach to email, or download later from iTunes when you sync your device.
- Low-level core audio implementation makes everything run super fast and robust (built using The Amazing Audio Engine).
- Headphone-aware control logic reduces the chance of squeaky feedback while you record.
- Great for all experience levels, from beginners to experts.
- Precision interface optimized for 10-finger multitouch.
Do not adjust your monitors! Man that color was fucking with me this morning. I was standing up and looking at my monitor from different angles. It does look more yellow from some angles, but most of the time it looks green. I thought maybe my new monitor stand was too high or something. I even took it into Photoshop to see the Red Green Blue values, and it is indeed much more green than yellow. This is Fiddlewax Yellow, and this is Really Yellow.