DFX updated – Fingerlab bring a further update for their creative multi-effects iOS music app

Download from iTunes App Store DFX logoI posted a full review of Fingerlab’s ‘DFX – Digital Multi-FX‘ iOS music app when it was first released. No prizes for guessing what the app does – DFX is a creative audio multi-effects processor – but, at UK£2.99, and with a very smooth and easy-to-use interface, this really is creative multi-effects for the iOS masses.

I also did a roundup article a good while ago looking at the best of the current crop of iOS music apps that fall into the ‘creative’ category and I’m going to have to update that soon. Both DFX and Flux: FX deserve to be in that list.

DFX - multi-effects for the iOS masses and now with iOS9 support and a number of new features.

DFX – multi-effects for the iOS masses and now with iOS9 support and a number of new features.

Fingerlab have released a few updates for DFX since I did my original review and all sorts of tweaks and additions have been made to the app as a result. A further update was released today, taking the app to v.2.3. This is mainly a maintenance release with a further update to the Audiobus SDK and a bug in the Animation (automation) features has been suitably squashed.

DFX is likely to press the buttons with those iOS musicians who want to get into creative sound processing and have not, as yet, made a start. In that context, it would make a very good ‘first choice’. You can check out the full review here and watch the v.2.0 video below, but DFX Digital Multi-FX is well designed and comes highly recommended. And, at just UK£2.99, it is also an absolute bargain to boot; well worth finding a home for.

DFX – Digital Multi-FX


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