Who doesn’t like to improvise a beat on a table?
AAS Objeq transforms those beats to sound closer to a real percussion instrument.
With the help of your device’s microphone and a pair of headphones, you’ll get tones reminiscent of congas, bongos, djembes, or any other resonant thing.
AAS Objeq offers beam, drumhead, and plate resonator types which you can customize via pitch, material, decay, and tone controls.
Mix in your original signal and tweak until you hear something you like—slide dots, experiment, and have fun!
If you're addicted to tapping your hands everywhere, Objeq will become your new rhythm companion!
AAS Objeq will also show up as a plug-in in any AUv3 (Audio Unit v3) compatible DAW such as GarageBand, Cubasis, Auria, and AudioBus 3.
Ratings and Reviews
I'm unbelievably excited to see an iPad offering from Applied Acoustic Systems. I've been using their desktop products for almost 10 years and they continue to be among my favorite developers around.
Objeq appears to incorporate some of the technology behind Chromaphone, their resonant/pm synth - my favorite product of theirs. It produces a wide variety of percussive sounds/forms and implements them in an intuitive and inspiring mobile format.
I am so pleased by the AU insert functionality - the stuff of my dreams.
Hoping to see more from these fine folks. Cheers AAS!
I bought this and within 20 minutes I was finger drumming on my tabletop making the coolest sounds thru my iPads mic. After that, I used Audiobus with my own app GeoShred and some drum loops as a source to achieve awesome results! So great to see AAS enter the app space. The music fun on iOS just keeps getting better!
Anybody who loves making music needs an iPad (and this cool app!)
Jordan Rudess/Wizdom Music- Dream Theater
A brilliant effect, with some caveats
First off I want to say that this is a brilliant idea.
Secondly I want to clarify what it is and what it isn’t. It is an audio effect, so it takes the audio coming in, and applies filters to it to make it resonate in cool ways.
What it isn’t: it isn’t a VSTi that generates sounds that are triggered by vibration.
There are some serious limitations. The main problem is feedback.
Because of the feedback problem you can not process live mic input AND listen to it on speakers at the same time. If you use live mic input then you MUST use headphones to listen. Or if you want to hear the output on speakers then you can not use a live mic as input.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.