I reviewed the new SilQ 32-band graphic EQ app from TonApp AS a week or so ago here on the Music App Blog and was very impressed with the design and ease of use.
SilQ provides a 32-band stereo graphic equalizer is a convenient and easy-to-use, iOS music app format. The app is a 3MB download, is iPad only and, for the launch period, is priced at just UK£3.99 (40% off what will be the eventual pricing).
From the off, the app has support for Audiobus and IAA and it also includes a recording facility so you can record the results of your processing directly within the app if you so wish. AudioShare support then allows you to share those recorded files with other apps.
Anyway, an update to the app appeared on the App Store over the week-end. V.1.0.1 is more maintenance than new features but it is always good to see a developer moving things along at a good pace. This update brings some small adjustments to the filters, an update to the TAAE audio engine and, rather than requiring iOS8.4, you can now go back to iOS8.1 and still use SilQ.
There is little not to like about SilQ. It is a powerful, but easy-to-use, EQ tool that works with a minimum of fuss. It really could be an app for every serious iOS musician to consider. SilQ sounds good, does its job and is seriously inexpensive…. If you need some additional EQ tools, SilQ comes highly recommended. That launch pricing is not going to hold forever though so, if you are going to take the plunge, then nows the time to do it. Check out the full review and then get ready for the download button :-).