Little Endian releases SpectrumWorx SDK 2.0 (incl Android support)

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Little Endian has announced the release of SpectrumWorx SDK 2.0, the first version that supports the Android mobile platform.

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The SDK will enable software developers to easily add a vast amount of sound effects to their Android apps, including: pitch-shifter, vocoder, freeze, autotune, echo, reverb, and many more. iOS, Mac OS X, and Windows versions of the SDK have also been updated to version 2.0.

“We are extremely happy to bring our unique sound mangling algorithms to this great mobile platform,” said Danijel Domazet, CEO at Little Endian. “Developers are going to be thrilled with simple yet efficient API that will enable them to easily add our effects to their Android apps.”

SpectrumWorx SDK has a small footprint, high performance and low memory usage. The API enables effect chaining – with over fifty effects to choose from there are countless possibilities for sound manipulation.

SpectrumWorx SDK 2.0 features

  • Sophisticated engine optimized for low CPU and memory usage.
  • Over fifty micro-effects (pitch shifter, classic vocoder, wah-wah, robotizer, wobbler, autotune, reverser, etc.).
  • Micro-effect chaining support.
  • External audio support.
  • Detailed documentation.

The SDK is available for evaluation and purchase immediately via Little Endian’s Developers web page. Pricing available on request.

More information: Little Endian

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  • http://rekkerd.org Ronnie

    v2.2 update brings support for more architectures (Android: ARMv6, ARMv7, ARMv7 with NEON. iOS: ARMv7, ARM7s, ARM64) as well as several performance improvements, bug fixes, binary size reductions and better documentation.

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