Drummers are quite complicated people. We simply love to hit things, everytime and everywhere. We are able to tap rhythms on the table, on our thighs, on walls and every other surface you can imagine. It’s often a cause of many quarrels and misunderstanding. You probably remember when your mom was asking you to stop banging on this table, don’t you? It’s easy to presume that it’s still happening. If you have a device with iOS you can risk your life and be more creative with playing on strange surfaces. You can buy and install the AAS Objeq app and enjoy the playing even more!
Objeq takes your finger-formed beats and make them sound as if they were played using real percussion instruments. Your taps are picked up by your iOS device’s built-in mic, and you can use them as the basis for tones that are reminiscent of congas, bongos, djembes or other resonant soundmakers.
The app uses beam, drumhead and plate resonator types and you can customise them using the pitch, material, decay and tone controls. Just experiment with them until you come up with something that you like.
Objeq works as an AUv3 plugin and is also compatible with AudioBus 3, so using it with your other iOS apps shouldn’t be a problem. It’s available now on the Apple App Store priced at £3.99/$3.99.Share