AUFX:Dub music app updated – new features added to iOS delay effect app

Download from iTunes App Storeaufxdub logoA few weeks ago I reviewed Kymatica’s AUFX:Dub music app – a dedicated delay effects processor app for iOS – and part of developer Jonatan Liljedahl’s AUFX series of apps (which also features the excellent AUFX:Space).

AUFX:Dub is brilliant, and if you are interested in building a collection of apps for iOS recording duties, then it is well deserving of a place in your app collection. It works well with Audiobus and can be configured with either Cubasis or Auria using the DIY send effects workaround I’ve described in a couple of ‘how to’ posts in recent weeks. At UK£2.49, it is also an absolute bargain.

AUFX:Dub now has an option to set the tempo in BPM - very useful. Click on the image if you want to see a larger version.

AUFX:Dub now has an option to set the tempo in BPM – very useful. Click on the image if you want to see a larger version.

I commented in the original review that it would be nice to see a simple manual tempo setting added to the app in addition to the ‘set tempo by tapping’ featured in the original release. Well, as of the update to the app released today, that’s exactly what it now has. As shown in the screen shot, a Tempo Sync control is now included and you can enable this if required and set an exact tempo in BPM.

That’s not the only new feature in this update though. You can also use MIDI clock input for tempo sync, the maximum delay time has been increased to 5 seconds and, as you edit edit any of the parameters, the exact value of that parameter is displayed in the title bar – very useful.

This update simply improves upon what was already an excellent app. If you don’t already own a copy then it’s time to put that right :-)

for readers in North America
for readers in Europe
Be Sociable; share this post....

    Speak Your Mind

    *