Flux:FX update – creative multi-effects gets 64-bit compatibility update

I reviewed Flux:FX from Noiise on the blog when it was first released. This is a multi-effects unit and would appeal to the same sorts of musicians/sound designer types as something like Turnado, Effectrix or  csSpectral. And, as a concluded at the end of the review, it is a pretty impressive app; slick, powerful but also pretty easy to use. It probably falls more naturally into the ‘creative’ category but, given that it offers some more conventional effects types as part of the package, you … [Read more...]

Flux:FX Play review – iPhone-friendly port of creative multi-effects app from developer Noiise

I reviewed Flux:FX, developed by a team from Noiise, when it was first released in December 2014. The app falls into the ‘creative’ audio effects category but, as I outlined in my original review, given that it offers some more ‘conventional’ effects types as part of the package, you could easily put it to good use in that context if you wished. The development team includes guitarist Adrian Belew, the ElephantCandy team (the developers behind apps such as LiveFX and Level.24) and mobile … [Read more...]

Flux:FX update – creative multi-effects gets some tweaks – and is still 25% off for NAMM

I’ve reviewed Flux:FX from Noiise on the blog a couple of weeks ago. Flux:FX is a multi-effects unit and would appeal to the same sorts of musicians/sound designer types as something like Turnado, Effectrix, csSpectral or birdStepper. And, as a concluded at the end of the review, it is a pretty impressive app; slick, powerful but also pretty easy to use. It probably falls more naturally into the ‘creative’ category but, given that it offers some more conventional effects types as part of the … [Read more...]

Flux:FX sale – creative multi-effects app from developer Noiise 25% off for NAMM

I’ve reviewed Flux:FX from Noiise on the blog a couple of weeks ago. Flux:FX is a multi-effects unit and would appeal to the same sorts of musicians/sound designer types as something like Turnado, Effectrix, csSpectral or birdStepper. And, as a concluded at the end of the review, it is a pretty impressive app; slick, powerful but also pretty easy to use. It probably falls more naturally into the ‘creative’ category but, given that it offers some more conventional effects types as part of the … [Read more...]

Flux:FX review – creative multi-effects app from developer Noiise

I’ve reviewed a number of iOS music apps that fall into the audio effects category here on the Music App Blog and, a few weeks ago, did a couple of ‘roundup’ articles looking at both ‘conventional’ and ‘creative’ effects types. While these are pretty arbitrary categories, we are beginning to get pretty well served in both of these groups so, whether you want standard processing options such as compression or EQ, or you need to get more left-field and mangle your audio in a range of directions … [Read more...]