Okay maybe it is not so new as it has been as a Beta for a long time now but it is still a great new thing!
Not anything like it for Android and make it even easier to keep everything contained for all aspects of music making inside your device if wished.
Can see this not only for mastering full tracks but to polish loops and samples as well.
Well thought out and the app uses modules that can be used in any order or in whatever combinations desired.
Also happy to see that it is released as it means that the developer have not abandoned developing for Android as he have been out of the game for a while now...
This is good news for Caustic!
Polish up your audio creations with this compact mastering studio app. It's easier than you think!
Mastering is a suite of audio effects that gives you the power to make your tracks pop and impress.
- 10-band graphic EQ
- 6-band full parametric EQ
- Stereo image enhancer
- Audio exciter
- True RMS compressor
- 3-band compressor
- Signal clipper
- Look-ahead limiter
All effects changes are audible in real time, even on entry level devices.
Supported input formats are:
- WAV (16-24-32bit)
- Ogg Vorbis
Output formats are:
- WAV (16-24-32bit)
- Ogg Vorbis
- MP3 (80-320 kbps)
- FLAC (16-24bit)
Tracks can be imported from any audio app with compatible export formats, not just Caustic. You can even try mastering tracks from your local music library.
Exported tracks can be shared to other apps or online music hosting.
Would normally not post this type of apps as they are to boring and functional but after reading the description there was no choice...
He brings up how it can be used for discovering EVP's which is interesting if a person believe in ghosts or entities that are not perceived easily by our senses...
But what got me erect was that it tickled my dreams of becoming an international spy or maybe a fearless diamond thief?
Yapps it can be used to crack safes!
When reading this went to the closest bank and asked if it was possible to try the app on their main safe but alas they denied me and security was called in... So yesterday had to sit in a small cell with fifteen scary looking dudes with tears tattoed all over their faces...
But it was okay after awhile as we got more and more drunk on toilet wine and we have now exchanged social information and it will hopefully lead me to go and crack a safe in the end with one of those hardened criminals???
In either case wish that there was a safe in my possession to try it out on.
Turn your phone into a Spectrum Analyzer. Speccy is an Audio Spectrum Analysis tool, which visualizes the spread of sound frequencies in the audible (and inaudible) spectrum, detected through your device's microphone, using Fast Fourier Transform signal processing. It supports the most languages of any similar app (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, German, Italian, Russian, French and Thai) and is the only app which also lets you export audio snapshot data to the clipboard (for plotting in Excel, etc). Speccy has a wide variety of uses, such as:
• Assessing environmental noise for health and safety
• Sound checking venues PA systems and in-car stereos
• Identifying audio signals obscured to the human ear by noise
• Testing the microphone on your device
• Comparing the quality of different brands of headphones
• Testing signal generators
• Tuning musical instruments
• Measuring audio signals just outside human perception. As people age over 20 years, their aural perception range drops well below 21 kHz
Speccy has been used successfully to find gas leaks, test ultrasonic pest control equipment and has even used by EVP enthusiasts to try and detect ghosts! You can also learn about using spectrum analyzer's here.
The app could also help you get into a safe with a mechanical combination lock for which you have forgotten the code: With your device acoustically coupled to the safe's dial, turn the dial slowly, you can 'hear' when a tumbler drops in, because the spectrum of the sound will be very slightly different than turning one 'normal' tick (depending on the build quality of the safe). Using this technique you can detect when you hit a correct number and start dialling the other way.
Please only do this with a safe or combination lock you own - we accept no liability for misuse. If you'd like to help contribute translations in your language, see the github repo here: https://github.com/spikything/speccy/tree/master/source/assets/xml
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Musical android You can do it! It will feel amazing afterwards!!!