Rogue Amoeba, the company that creates great audio solutions, is launching yet another incredible option for those who work in the area or are just venturing into sound manipulation.
After updating the Fission app, they have now announced the launch of a simple and useful solution to facilitate the work of podcasters, broadcasters and others in the area: get to know the app Farrago.
Those who work with podcasts, radio recording or go through other situations in which it would be very useful to use various audio effects for quick access (such as presentations, in the theater for some sound effects, among other things), it is a little difficult to find a good one. solution.
There are several apps of this type for iPads including a part of it for GarageBand as it is easy to handle different sounds with a touch screen. The reality, however, is different when it comes to Macs. Although there are some options on the Mac App Store, I realized that the usability and interface don't seem as attractive as you would like.
In the Farrago app, the design is fully compatible with the latest versions of macOS, with a very visual clean and all options are quite seen / easy to find. In addition, any layman or beginner in the app can quickly understand how it works and its features.
At the main "table", you have access to various sounds, sound effects, music or any type of audio you want to add to use. In the example bands, they are already colored in a different scheme, but you can change the color at any time in the tab "Inspector" in it you see all the options related to a sound, such as volume, color, note, duration fade in and fade out and more.