Dented Audio

Dented Audio

Sep 18

Create and scatter sounds all around your living space with the power of procedural audio and augmented reality. Invent new sounds in the sound editor and store your creations in “activators” that you can drag into your environment to be played. Dynamic visuals react to your sounds and spin out into your world.

While the sound creation itself is done in the 2d world, you get to see your creation transformed into the ARKit world. The app uses a novel technique to transition from the “2d” world into the “3d” ARKit world that is intuitive and hasn’t been employed in other AR apps. This app was built from the ground up specifically for ARKit. It is touch-friendly with the ability to drag multiple items around at once. The app also works in any orientation and is not reliant on any language.

Download the App from the iTunes Store

2 comments

  1. Hey! I’m really enjoying Dented Audio. It’s a pretty unique idea. I can sit down and make sounds with it for hours, haha!

    …I was wondering if you are going to make a manual for it (or at lease a quick start guide)? I know this app can make way more sounds than I can get it to do, but I really have no idea where to go from what I’ve done so far. All I do is play with the points on the blue and red lines until I get something cool sounding, then sample/record it for later use. Beyond that, I have no idea what else it can do. I’m anxious to see what else you add to this app (if your still going to work on it). I love apps like this (that let you create unique sounds).

    Looking forward to your reply,

    Michael

    • Thanks Michael! So glad you like it, to be honest I didn’t realize anyone was using the app, so it really means a lot that you have found it compelling.

      To be honest don’t always understand what makes a particular sound either, I usually just stumble upon a shape that makes a particular sound at random. I have manage do make a pretty wide assortment though, and I hope to include those in the app, so people have a jumping off point for certain sounds.

      Please leave a review if you feel so inclined 🙂

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