A-Delay is very simple to use but before we get started its worth reiterating that the App works most effectively when connected to an external audio system or to a pair of headphones. This will provide a better clarity of output and will avoid issues such as audio feedback from the internal speakers. The app works well with a a number of guitar type input leads available for the iPhone and iPad allowing you to process any instrument with low signal loss.
Ok to begin once loaded you will be presented with a number of sliders and buttons running down the left of the them.
To get a signal in either plug you device in or use the built-in microphone, slowly slide up the Volume and Microphone sliders until you get a suitable input level.
You should at this point be getting a clean signal with no processing added to it.
To affect the sound start to play with the slider levels.
The sliders will affect the sound in the following ways
Window slider controls the size of the granular sound engines window, smaller the window less definition, higher the window the higher the definition. For rough lofi turn it down low for shimmer, turn up high.
Controls the pitch of the incoming sound
Controls the feedback level
Set the delay length
Delay length modulation, turn up for warped out delays
The buttons on each of the sliders turn on automation. Once activated all slider movement is recorded. Once the button is deactivated the slider will playback the recorded movement.
To remove the automation on a slider simply hold your finger down on its label and it will reset to zero. Once reset you can move the slider again. To remove the automation on all sliders hold your finger down on the MRA-Dev logo and all sliders will reset to zero.
To see A-Delay in action watch the video below. If you have any issues with the app or wish to leave feedback, please write in the comment box below.