Caelestis is Released – A New Sample Based Generative Music App for iPad
Date Added: Dec 30, 2012
James Milton has released Caelestis – a new sample-based experimental music app for the iPad that generates interesting sounds by throwing different combinations of coloured balls into three different shapes (rooms), which then bounce around generating notes as they hit the sides. Caelestis is free to install and use. However, it should be noted that AudioCopy and AudioPaste is only available after a paid upgrade.
- Three rooms, with up to three balls at one time per room. Each room can be spun around to change the path of the balls inside.
- Balls added and removed easily by dragging or tapping in the middle of each room.
- Four different ball colours.
- Speed control for the balls.
- Pitch control using the built in keyboard, octave control using the different coloured balls.
- Delay and Reverb FX.
- A mixer unit, allowing volume and FX control over each room.
- 30 presets in three categories: Tuned, Abstract and Percussive.
- Import your own samples into the app via Audio Paste. Audio can be re-pitched by up to 12 semitones. Please note that only WAV and MP3 are supported formats.
- Record your performances and export them via Audio Copy
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