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Floidia, a flowing soundbard app

A simple soundbard application developed for Android.

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by Benjamin Friedman Wilson,

A simple soundboard application, made up of the leftover components from developing BitShooter. Long since defunct now.

The original idea was to create a flowing soundboard, one which allowed dynamic tuning of the sound bytes on the fly. Floidia achieved this by a dynamic OpenGL interface, where users could change the pitch and the volume by dragging a virtual audio stream on the screen. A change in color, and speed, would be shown to help the user associate the physical changes with the auditory ones.

You can still see the original page for the application here.