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Assemble's synthesiser features four bandlimited oscillators, each with eight voices of polyphony, and two global audio effects, including a 16x oversampled, tempo-synchronised stereo delay effect and a vibrato effect. The parameters of each oscillator and each audio effect can be modified easily in real-time.

The synthesiser can be played by sequencing patterns of notes with Assemble's sequencer. Notes can be sequenced using a computer keyboard and mouse, or alternatively using Assemble's on-screen keyboard. A sequence can include as many as eight sixteen-step patterns, which can be played discretely in Pattern Mode or sequentially in Song Mode. Once a sequence is complete, it can be named and saved locally on your device.

Assemble can record audio and generate video clips from recorded audio for sharing. Each video clip adapts to Assemble's visual theme and features one of two audio visualisations: a standard waveform plot, or a Lissajous figure.


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Please note: moodunits have been designed as a set of instrument and effect Audio Units. You need to load moodunits into any AUv3 compatible host application running on iPad or iPhone, such as GarageBand or AUM. The moodunits app is not a standalone instrument.

More about moodunits...

Waverley is the principal instrument in the moodunits collection. It’s sample-based, but it isn’t a fully-fledged sampling app that allows you to load and edit your own samples. There are already great apps out there that allow you to do that.

Waverley in moodunits is pre-loaded with 50 factory sounds, that can be tweaked to taste via parameters that will hopefully be familiar to most of you. However, don’t worry if some parameter names look technical or scary - just experiment! You can’t really “break” Waverley or make “bad” sounds with it.

Probably the most popular type of sounds used in iOS music making come from analog synthesisers. Sometimes these sounds are generated by modelling but in Waverley’s case, they come from samples of real analog gear. On the one hand, it’s really easy to mathematically generate a perfect saw wave, but sometimes the problem is that it sounds… perfect. Analog synthesisers tend to produce less than perfect waveforms, and it’s generally agreed that’s a big part of what makes them sound “good”.

By using samples, Waverley instruments capture some of the “magic” of the real gear, without having to use CPU-intensive modelling techniques. This means you can run more instances of Waverley in your host as not only is Waverley light on CPU, it’s very efficient with memory too. As well as basic analog sounds such as saw and square wave, Waverley also has sounds with effects already applied using top-end boutique signal processors, so you might be able to find a big pad sound in Waverley that you can use in a project, without having to run a bigger / more demanding instrument going through a bunch of other effects AUs.

Another usage scenario for Waverley is if you’re just sketching out an idea, perhaps on a less-capable device like your iPhone while you’re on the move. Maybe the instrument you really want to use only runs on iPad, but there’s a Waverley sound that gets you pretty close and you don’t run the risk of getting distracted with dozens of parameters or a complex UI.

moodunits also comes with some basic effects, allowing you to create a great sounding musical project using just moodunits and your favourite AU host. In keeping with the moodunits design principal, the effects are light on CPU and expose a few essential parameters. They're probably not going to replace your favourite bells and whistles mega reverb or delay, but their simplicity might come as a refreshing change. Currently these effects include a delay, reverb, low-pass filter, 10-band EQ, peak limiter and distortion.

Please note:

The moodunits app is not a standalone instrument, but can be used to access a detailed PDF user guide. Once you run the app, your moodunits are registered on your device and are ready to be used for music projects in your AU host of choice. For instructions on how to use Audio Units, please refer to relevant documentation for your host, e.g. GarageBand or AUM, etc.

Multiband Haas Effect

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Haas effect is a micro-delay applied to either the left or right channel of audio (but not both). This simple effect creates a realistic and natural-sounding increase in the width of the stereo field that still sounds good when mixed back to mono. It is the most simple and effective way to take a mono input and make it sound like stereo. But Haas effect has some problems. First, it can create phase cancellation problems in the bass frequencies, causing them to loose volume. Second, it can sound a bit artificial at high frequencies. This multi-band Haas effect plugin is a simple way to get the stereo width you need in the midrange frequencies without loosing the impact of the bass or making the treble sound phasey. You select any number from one to four bands, each with its own separate Haas delay setting and adjustable crossover frequencies. This makes mono audio sound wide and spacious while preserving the original tone and spectrum transparently.

ArpBud 2 AUv3 MIDI Arpeggiator

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ArpBud 2 is a MIDI Arpeggiator app where you can create unique arp patterns and be able to arpeggiate your favorite software or hardware synthesizers.

Unlike the traditional up/down style arpeggiators, you can design your unique patterns with unlimited number of steps. For each step, you can set the note interval, velocity, octave, ratchet, gate, and probability. ArpBud 2 also has a very powerful randomizer where you can randomize any step for any mode.

In a project, you can create unlimited number of patterns. For each pattern, you can assign different note rates and swing values. You can use MIDI CC messages from other apps for changing the playing pattern.

From the settings menu, you can assign a MIDI CC number for the pattern changes, the maximum number of interval numbers, randomizer settings, and knob control settings.

ArpBud 2 would react your pattern changes and step edits on the fly when you are playing it live, which makes it a great live performance tool as well as a arp design tool.

You can use it on standalone mode, IAA (Inter-App Audio) mode, Audiobus mode, AUv3 Audio Unit plugin mode. It also supports Ableton Live as well.

ArpBud 2 is a MIDI effect tool and does not produce sound on its own. It needs both MIDI input and output connections in order to work.

- Connect a MIDI source to ArpBud 2, like a MIDI keyboard, chord sequencer, or any other MIDI app to feed ArpBud 2's sequencer.
- Connect ArpBud 2 to any MIDI compatible Audio app.
- Arm the ArpBud 2's sequencer. If you are using the standalone version or Audiobus/IAA version then you can press the play button on the top right. If you are using the AUv3 plugin, then you can press the play button on your host app.

Koala FX

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*** IMPORTANT! Koala FX is an Audio Unit Effect plugin (AUv3) which requires a compatible host or DAW to work such as Garageband, Beat Maker 3, AUM etc ***


Koala FX is the ultimate creative effects unit. It offers 16 one-touch effects that you can play intuitively like an instrument, allowing you to effortlessly morph and twist your track into something beautiful.

It includes all your favourite mix effects from Koala Sampler, but refined and souped up to allow super smooth cuts and crossfades.

Apply effects to your whole mix just to add some lofi warmth or to liven things up… or use it to sculpt synth sounds to blend in with the rest.

* Save up to 8 scenes per preset, so you can cut between them in time with the music
* Smoothly crossfade between scenes with a giant 8-way X-Y pad.
* Rearrange the order of the effects by dragging them.
* A togglable hold mode allows you to keep some effects engaged, and others off when you let go of them.
* Fully automatable via your host (effects, volume, scene, XY pad)
* UI is fully resizable, works great in any aspect ratio

Bitcrusher with transistor distortion

Frequency domain pitch shifter

Super short smooth interpolating delay with gallons of feedback

Modeled diode ring modulator

Efficient schroeder topology reverb

Loops a fragment of sound coming into koala fx and loops it in time with the music

Noise gate with hysteresis

Combined low and high pass analog modeled filter

Chops the signal to the beat

Delay effect that reverses parts of your sound in time to the music

Vari-speed analog style tape delay

Tempo synced delay

Formant filter based on human vocal tract

Half-vibrato, half-flanger

Analog modeled valve distortion

Hard knee opto-style compressor with a bit of

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