The first update for WaveShaper, which addresses a crash that many users were experiencing, is now available on the App Store. I’ve also fixed a few bugs in the UI and added a support e-mail link at the top of the info page (tap the question mark in the lower left of corner of the screen to see the info page).
I’ve been seeing several reports of WaveShaper crashing a lot and after spending some time looking into it, I’m pretty sure I’ve fixed the problem. It wasn’t a crash, per se, but actually a lock up in the audio system, which caused the OS to kill the app. Sometimes this could happen on start up and sometimes when attempting to preview files in the file list.
The update should be available on December 30th. This is later than I’d like it to be available, but the iTunes Connect holiday shutdown began today and lasts through the 29th.
My sincerest apologies to all who have bought the app and experienced these crashes.
Today I released my first sound making app for iPad!
WaveShaper is an app for iPad that allows you to load up any audio file and make crazy cool sounds with it. It’s a lot like record scratching, but totally maxed out. This video will do a much better job of explaining it than words ever will: