phantomdevices.org has announced the release of Hexaglyphics, a 13-bit noise generator for iPad with an interface based on an original alphabet for hexadecimal values. It can turn gestures into a wide range of noise sweeps, zaps/clicks, squarish oscillations and abstract sounds.
Hexaglyphics has an introductory price of 3.99$ / 3.99€ until May 22nd, then the standard price will be 5.99$ / 5.99€. It's available now in the App Store.
- Multitouch control zone with frequency of the noise oscillator on the x axis and (linear) amplitude on the y axis. The data of multiple touch are used consecutively each oscillator cycle. Every value generated is visualized in this control zone, white are positive values and grey are negative values.
- Multitouch filter bar: Bandpass filter when you use one finger or Lowpass/Highpass combination when you use two fingers. Filters frequencies are not smoothed so with the right fast gestures you can execute some kinds of strange clicky sounds.
- Latch mode for holding down the touched points even when you raise your fingers, useful for further processing the sound using external effects or plugins.
- Click mode for generating one-frequency-cycle clicks.
- Buttons for selecting one of four different noise generation modes.
- Audiobus 2 integration.