Following their recent run of iOS 1:1 ports, AudioThing have now released Dials, also for iOS music makers. Dials is available at the intro price of $12.99, increasing to $23.99 after the promotion. The offer ends March 10th.
Dials is a detailed digital translation of a unique combination of 1950s electronic music hardware from composer and YouTuber Hainbach’s studio. It is made with the rich sound and experimental spirit of early electronic music studios in mind.
The basis of Dials is a re-purposed German vacuum tube radio broadcast device paired with a heavy-duty American bandpass filter. They form a channel strip like no other. The scientific and radio background of the equipment provides a tone that sets it apart, whether you are processing vocals, drums, or any other instrument.
Due to the built-in compressor, it is perfectly suited to lend your voice-over the „larger than life“ feeling of great recordings of the past or make your drums sound like they could get past the door at Berghain. Speaking of which: if you are feeling adventurous, feed it impulses and hear it roar like Stockhausen at a Gabber party.
While its roots are in the past, this is a truly modern device with an unparalleled sound. It can be used to sweeten your music or to experiment – it can even become an instrument in your hands.
Watch the desktop demo HERE.
- Analog Preamp Emulation
- Analog Modelled Filters (HP, LP)
- Easy to use Compressor
- Trip Modulation
- Oversample up to 16x
- Resizable Window
- Preset system with randomizer
Dials will be available to iPhone and iPad users (AUv3 and inter-app audio).
For more information on Dials, click here:
NOTE: Some of the links you click on may be affiliated. Clicking and purchasing using these links helps support and fund The Beat Community. Thanks for your support.