2011
09/26
iDelirium Voice Effects For iPhone

iDelirium Voice App For iPhone and iPad

★iDELIRIUM, REMIX YOURSELF!★

Many instruments existed on earth since long time, the guitar, the piano, the drums and many others, and then iDELIRIUM arrived…

iDELIRIUM is a system of sound communication whose discovery has been made by two archeologists at the end of ’30s.

In 1938 two archeologist brothers discovered in Cerreto Guidi (Tuscany, Italy) four caves disposed in a triangular shape that were connected by a larger rectangular space. In the center of this area, there were laying giants monoliths made of an unknown metallic material. Some researchers made the hypothesis that this creation was made by Leonardo Da Vinci himself because of the vicinity with his hometown.

In 1979 the German archeologist Fredrick Schulz made further examinations of the site. He took a sample of this metal and sent it to a lab in Germany in order to get a precise date for the object. The results of C-14 tests were shocking, since they attributed the creation of the object to 5000 b.c. . The scientific community did not accept such a discovery and Dr. Schulz lost all his credibility to the point that he was forced to stop his research activity. In August 2011 the son of Dr Schulz, thanks to the generosity of an American millionaire believing in the existence of E.T. life, got new funds to continue his father’s research. In an evening of August while he was inspecting the caves he discovered an astonishing interaction between the feet pressure on the metal monoliths and his own voice propagation in the caves. By positioning his feet in well-determined positions he could control in an accurate way the echo of his voice on the rocks. The scientific community finally recognized the existence in this place of a communication sound system technically really advanced whose functioning and origin are still completely unknown.

iDELIRIUM is an app that reproduces in the most accurate possible way this incredible discovery. iDELIRIUM is a delirating alien instrument that allows to register and playback your own voice together with electronic sound effects and allucinating combinations of visual effects. The interface, that at first glance looks cryptic, it is in reality extremely easy-to-use.

The main features of the app are:

✔ Record/play your own voice together with preregistered electronic sounds by tapping colored buttons
✔ Start music loops at different speeds
✔ Handle the pitch and volume control of each sound
✔ Drum machine mode
✔ The creation of a rhythm is visually associated an hypnotic movement of colored squares.

Stay tuned and LISTEN TO YOURSELF!

★INSTRUCTIONS★
✔ Shake the device (Iphone) or use the central button (Ipad) to change between REC and PLAY mode
✔ One finger tap
– PLAY mode: play a sound on color buttons
– REC mode: start/stop sound recording on gray buttons
✔ Swipe up/down in play mode to accelerate/decelerate a loop
✔ Two finger tap in play mod to start a loop
✔ Long press
– PLAY mode: show volume and pitch shift controls
– REC mode: delete a sound
✔ Press corner buttons in play mode to access drum machine mode and bpm/pitch general controls

Credits:
Francesco Cricchio (Software Developer), Claudio Braccini and Luca Bellumore (Art Directors), Gianluca Mori (Sound Engineer)

iDelirium is available for $1.00

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