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AAS Objeq by Applied Acoustics Systems DVM Inc.

Desktop AU/VST developer Applied Acoustics Systems DVM Inc. joins the realms of iOS with the release of AAS Objeq! This AUv3 app lets you slap your hands on a surface and turn those sounds into real instruments. And impressively so at that! Check out the demo video below. This is a worthy competitor to Impaktor.

AAS Objeq iTunes Description:

Who doesn’t like to improvise a beat on a table?

AAS Objeq transforms those beats to sound closer to a real percussion instrument.

With the help of your device’s microphone and a pair of headphones, you’ll get tones reminiscent of congas, bongos, djembes, or any other resonant thing.

AAS Objeq offers beam, drumhead, and plate resonator types which you can customize via pitch, material, decay, and tone controls.

Mix in your original signal and tweak until you hear something you like—slide dots, experiment, and have fun!

If you're addicted to tapping your hands everywhere, Objeq will become your new rhythm companion!

AAS Objeq will also show up as a plug-in in any AUv3 (Audio Unit v3) compatible DAW such as GarageBand, Cubasis, Auria, and AudioBus 3.

Reader Comments 2

Looks, uh, minimal...
March 28, 2018  | person dysamoria
It's like a very stripped down version of Chromatic, where all the cool bits are stripped out.

What's left is somewhat similar to Impaktor, at least in terms of sounds. But Impaktor had more going for it in terms of variety and layering.

Some people love those stripped down Zen-like UIs.
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