Annoydio jr has a grid of pads which you can assign, manipulate, and play sounds. There are built in sounds and one custom sound. With the custom sound you can record anything you want and then play it back on a pad or with full polyphony using a MIDI keyboard or Inter-App Audio host that supports remote instruments.
You can manipulate the sounds by changing the frequency, playing in reverse, looping, adding effects such as distortion and delay. You can also change parameters such as attack, decay, sustain, and release.
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- Better memory management of samples
- Low memory handling
- Faster rendering time for waveforms
- Pad highlighting
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.