I don’t think you’ll be needed instructions to use such simple app.
But anyway, let me describe some basics. Also I recorded demonstration, so you maybe don’t even need to read my limping English :)
All of my last apps use similar controls. Donut-shaped knobs and 3 buttons atop of each one.
Knobs are obviously to control parameters and buttons to switch randomisers for minimum, middle and maximum range of the values.
From Input sound runs to clean-to-output stream and to 4 different distortions.
BOOGY, WOOGY and FUZZY are brings different tastes to deformations, but all close to usual distortions and overdrive pedals. BUZZY is bit-crusher, you can change deepness of effect with “muzzy” knob. After balancing your destructions you can shave some spikes with lowpass filter.
Lines under knobs are shows attitude between modules, but all 4 distortions receive input independently parallel and spit chowed waves to lowpass.
All chain may be written like:
input – [BOOGY|WOOGY|FUZZY|BUZZY] – lowpass – output
input – clean – output
You can save your setup in presets and you’ll find some examples already preinstalled.
In Settings view placed unlocks for randomisation function. If you want to randomise effect with input, clean, output and/or 3-buttons – you’ll need to check desired switches.
Change how app starts: with default, restored from las session or randomised state.
Knobs are supports 3 interaction style: swipe horizontal, vertical or rotate touch around to change knobs values.
Below is located buttons to open intro, go to site or Appstore and import factory presets.
And if you are connected to IAA host, you’ll see transport controls here.
My turn, now… (with my perfect English…)
3oomph is the new App from Savelii Kaliupanov, the specialist of the randomizer effects.
I really really love all the Apps from this developer: Deregulator and Lalalab, Self a Fuzz and ZhSh. 2 randomizers Delay effects and 2 randomizers Filter / Distortion effects.
3oomph is a randomizer Distortion effect and perhaps my favourite App from Savelly.
I had so much “fun” with it yesterday and today shaping the sound of a few drum machines, synthesizers, guitars and even voices…
The randomizers are so great even if you use them on the input, output signal and the Clean “donut - shape knob”.
It’s always very hard to describe a randomizer App, why you love it or not. For myself, the first criterion is: will I use it someday or not?
At this question, the answers is: yes, sure. So sure that I already did it! A Killer App! A Must Have for everybody who like to play with sounds! (Watch the video demo…)