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Elastic FX by Oliver Greschke

Today Elastic Drums developer Oliver Greschke released Elastic FX! This is his new multi-effect app for Inter-App Audio and Audiobus. Elastic FX offers four different effect units which can each be assigned one of 32 stereo effects, with different routing options.

Elastic FX iTunes Description:

EFX is a 4 channels multi-effect processor, that's easy and intuitive to play, but offers complex options to shape the sound and to route the audio effects stream.

Connect EFX to any input source, like the devices built in microphone, an external keyboard or guitar (iPad soundcard needed) or to your favorite iOS drum machine or synthesizer via Inter-App Audio or Audiobus. Or import a soundfile into the app and alienate it with with up to 4 different effects at the same time!



- Multi-effect app created by the developers of Elastic Drums
- 4 effect units with different routing options
- Choose one of 32 available stereo effects in each effect unit
- Broad range of different effects of the following categories: Modulation, Pitch, Distortion, Filter, Delay, Reverb, Others
- Additional master effect section with level meters, 3 band equalizer, compressor, stutter fx
- XY-Pad to easily control the most important effect values (Kaoss Pad style)
- Possibility to automate/record the XY-Pad tweaks (1,2,4,8 bars length)
- Automated tweaks and some effects (PingPong Delay) get played in sync via Ableton Link/Inter-App Audio
- Audiobus 3 support
- Inter-App Audio support
- Simple audio player to test the effects with audiofiles
- Tweak the most important parameters via Midi, Midi learn option
- Switch user-presets with Midi Program Change messages
- Save, load and share user presets

- iPhone/Universal version (free for all iPad owners)
- More effects (bpm synced delays, etc.)

We got a preview of Elastic FX from Oliver last weekend. Oliver also did a short tutorial on automation. Embedded here is a timely video from thesoundtestroom!

Reader Comments 2

As Doug points out: not AUv3. Interesting if that isn’t even planned. Even Retronyms is taking the AU train… ;-)
December 14, 2017  | favorite_border Enkerli
I can’t wait to run some vox thru this. Anyone kno if the midi learn can be used to incorporate a BlueBoard for “on an offing” the effects?
December 15, 2017  | person SupaJoint

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