Cristiano Piatti released ModulatorSquare, WaveSine, and FuzzBox today. More and more AUv3 apps are arriving every month, and these manage to distinguish themselves in a couple of novel ways.
For a start, they're practically unusable! The apps claim to be using Apple's graphics API, Metal, for audio processing. Why stop there though? You can use that same graphics framework to make your interface! Sadly Cristiano's 3D design skills fall short, and we get 3 very ugly looking apps; with knobs you can barely turn.
There are no labels on anything so you'll often feel like they're not even doing anything. But you'll know that they are! As a consequence of rendering these 3D interfaces your CPU usage is going to spike way up! Until they crash... My iPhone XR is my packing the most advanced CPU Apple offers, but even it can't cope with these. It might seem shitty of me to complain so much about free apps, but these are a waste of your time.
ModulatorSquare iTunes Description:
WaverSine iTunes Description:
FuzzBox iTunes Description:Modelled on a physical based algorithm and low level coding for state of the art performance and sound quality.
Audio unit AuV3 plugin technology support (Metal API in full screen mode).