Update: A Noise Machine Version 1.2 Released
10 September 2011:
Jelly Biscuits have released version 1.2 of “A Noise Machine” – their experimental noise generator for the iPad. The update adds echo, reverb, and beat decay sliders, as well as other improvements.
- Global volume multiplier control added
- Global Pitch multiplier control added
- Cleaner audio
- random partial beats removed
- Audio pops when saving/loading/resetting removed
- Beat tempo controls now have a ‘synch’ button: in 1.1 the different beats could get out of synch as each note as it’s own beat counter, this keeps them all using a global beat counter. An option since out of synch beats can be quite interesting.
- Dragging a note doesn’t stop the notes beats.
- Reset now resets the local beat tempo multiplier
- Reset resets the global beat tempo
- Shake now randomises beats for the active notes
- Save and Load UI reduced to make way for more UI – you now pick the save/load slot first, then pick the operation (save or load). Saved patterns are unaffected.
- Slider pips would load slightly offset from expected positions.
A Noise Machine HD is an experiment in touch based controls of pitch and volume for multiple tones resulted in an app that’s fun to interact with, and produces a wide range of different sounds and textures.
For more information about A Noise Machine click here.
You Might Also Like...