FAC Chorus giveaway results – 10 winners of classy iOS AU chorus app

Download from iTunes App StoreFAC Chorus arrived on the App Store a few of weeks ago and it finally bubbled to the top of my ‘to do’ list when I took an overdue look at the app. In terms of basics, the app is universal, requires iOS 10.0 or later and is a modest 19MB download. It is also modestly priced at just UK£2.99/US$2.99; very much in the casual purchase price range.

What’s perhaps less modest is the feature set. As shown in the screenshots, the app offers a rather nice ‘studio rack’ graphical look and, thankfully, a control set that reflects that studio look (and would seem to go much further than your average stomp-box in terms of control options).

What’s also welcome is that, aside from stand-alone use, the app is primarily intended to be used as an Audio Unit v3 plugin. This is great to see and – finally – AU seems to be getting the attention it deserves in the majority of new effects appears now appearing on the App Store.

FAC Chorus – a well-featured chorus effect in an AU plugin format.

I’m not sure there is much more to add other than to conclude that FAC Chorus is a classy app. Even if only for very occasional use, I can see lots of iOS musician wanting to find a spot on the iOS device for it. The sound is polished and the control set very flexible. As a fully-featured, and fairly conventional, chorus effect, this is as good as I’ve used under iOS. Fred tells me that there are other iOS music apps in his development pipeline. Here’s hoping they are as good as this first one :-)

And, at UK£2.99/US$2.99, it is very much in the casual purchase price range. FAC Chorus therefore comes highly recommended so check out the two demo videos below and then hit the App Store download button to find out more.

FAC Chorus is intended for use as an AU plugin… as shown here within Cubasis.

Anyway, as I mentioned in the full FAC Chorus review, the app can move between ‘subtle’ and ‘obvious’ with easy and, in the former, really is a ice way to spice up an otherwise bland sound and give it a little more life. And while we are talking pocket money pricing, if you have not yet given FAC Chorus a go, developer Frederic Corvest kindly provided me with 10 copies to give away here at the Music App Blog. The draw closed yesterday and the winning names were pulled out of the hat this morning….. and the winners are:-

Chris Knott

Grace Ryan

David Maclean

Rastaal

Frank Waldorf

Michael (infamousm)

Ian McGurren

ChinKai

Matthew Cochrane

nlecunff

The winners have now been sent an email with the details of how to get hold of their prizes. Incidentally, if you do appear as a winner in one of these giveaways and you don’t seem to have seen an email from me with the promo code details, then do make sure you check in your junk, trash or spam folders just in case your email system has ‘filed’ the message there :-)

Oh, and if you want to make sure you are entered for all the promo code giveaways that I run through the Music App Blog, then get yourself on the email newsletter list – and pick up your copy of our free ’25 apps’ guide :-)

Multiple instances of the app work fine via AU…. as shown here within AUM.

FAC Chorus is a classy app. Even if only for very occasional use, I can see lots of iOS musician wanting to find a spot on the iOS device for it. The sound is polished and the control set very flexible. As a fully-featured, and fairly conventional, chorus effect, this is as good as I’ve used under iOS. Fred tells me that there are other iOS music apps in his development pipeline. Here’s hoping they are as good as this first one :-)

And, at UK£2.99/US$2.99, it is very much in the casual purchase price range. FAC Chorus therefore comes highly recommended so check out the two demo videos below and then hit the App Store download button to find out more.

FAC Chorus

Download from iTunes App Store


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