LiquidSonics, makers of VST/AU plugins, have brought their convolution reverb to iOS in a new Universal app.
Mobile Convolution brings some new ideas to shaping convolution reverb, with Inter-App Audio and Audiobus, but I cannot find a demo of it anywhere.
Mobile Convolution iTunes Description:
LiquidSonics Mobile Convolution is a true-stereo reverb processor for use with Audiobus and Inter-App Audio hosts. It allows the IR to be stretched, cropped and envelopes applied to shape the sound of the reverb in a very natural and musical way. A collection of impulse responses is provided, and external impulse responses can be added via Open-In... support in apps like Mail, Safari and Dropbox, or downloaded directly from within the app.
Alright, today is the day. Audiobus has not been without controversy. Especially from people on old devices that did not perform well with complex multi-app routing. Now no one here has an excuse not to grab it while it's $1 today. If you're on some old gear and have been holding out you might want to snag it now for when you eventually upgrade.
This is part of Apple's Amazing App's & Games sale, along with other prestigious offerings like Yo Gabba Gabba! Babies.
DJ Player got a massive update to address the effects and MIDI implementation. Here is a snippet. I've cut out the MIDI revamp section, which is extremely detailed on iTunes for those that are interested.
What's new in DJ Player v7.5:
FX and MIDI revamp!
All (11) effect types are available in all 3 places per each deck. You can create wild effect combinations now! Yes, that's 12 simultaneous effects if you're using 4 decks, only possible with our Superpowered Audio Engine.
Total MIDI revamp
MIDI clock sync
The dominant, master deck's actual bpm can be transmitted to these destinations: apps on the iOS device, connected USB MIDI devices or network MIDI. Use DJ Player to tempo control synths, loops, instruments apps. Including Ableton on your computer, or your club's light system.
Network MIDI clock sync is not stable on the average home WiFi network. Use it with wired connection, for example Personal Hotspot over the iOS device's USB cable.
Where a four deck controller has just two distinct parts (fx section for example), map just deck A/B, and DJ Player will automatically "extend" them to C/D with proper LED feedback. Using this feature, you "transform" a two deck controller to four decks with mapping the deck selectors only.
The new system is so different, that we couldn't make older mappings work, and creating a "converter" was also not possible. Sorry for that! (But hey, mapping a controller is like 20 minutes max.)
Current plug-and-play support:
Numark: MixTrack Pro, MixTrack Pro II, iDJ Pro, N4, iDJ Live, Mixtrack Edge
Vestax: VCI-400, Spin2
Allen & Heath XONE:K2
Reloop Terminal Mix 2
Hercules: Air, Air+, Instinct, RMX2
Every other USB MIDI Class Compliant (= driverless) controller is supported and can be easily mapped.