Jasoco wrote:I downloaded that last night and it doesn't work well for me. It's too confusing to figure out what to do to make it do what I want it to sound like.
Well, I didn't saw that one coming! I thought that like ninwa notice you would find it very simple and straightfoward to quickly produce sounds.
Imagine that you want sounds for your player jumping. You just need to press the button "Jump", as you see (actually listen) the app produce a random sound (that are close to that ones used when player jumps) for you and adds it to the left list of produced sounds. If you like it but feels that sound could somehow be a bit tweaked just play a bit with the central area till found the right mood. As you see sliders are realtime and you keep listening the sound. If you want to listen the current sound without change it just press "Play". When things good just export it as WAV.
If otherwise you didn't like it you should press again and again "jump" button till you get one that you like. As you see it continues to fill and keep them at the left list of sounds so you can return/browse the produced sounds at anytime. The top buttons Square, Sine,noise etc changes dramatically the sound so only press that ones if want to do a radical change to that sound. Changing slightly any slider is like "touching" to feel if that slider will produce the sound right like you want. If don't, just mess with another sliders till feel that one will improve your sound.
This is a quick system of produce sounds till you get one you likes, tweak a bit if you want (some time experience with the sliders will let you start to find sounds even quicker).
I usually press several times in pretended sound, app keeps producing sounds and then I browse them in the list of sounds produced at left and tweak a bit the ones I like. You can "del" the sounds you don't like, keep collecting interesting sounds and then export them later. Also you can "Save" that recover the session of sounds already produced to continue play with them another time.