Echolalia Delay Calc

Echolalia Delay Calc


A delay calculator with built-in 'tap tempo' feature. Calculate delay times in milliseconds based on BPM – ideal for tempo-synced delay/echo effects.


* Enter BPM manually or use the built-in 'tap tempo' feature

* Calculate delay times corresponding to the following note lengths: whole – 128th notes; standard, triplet and dotted

* Customise the colour scheme

* Support for all screen sizes

Recent changes:
Users can now customise the colour scheme

The “Tap” button now changes colour when you tap it (just like any regular button)
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4.4
User ratings
51
Installs
5,000+
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0
File size
106 kb
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About Echolalia Delay Calc
A delay calculator with built-in 'tap tempo' feature. Calculate delay times in milliseconds based on BPM – ideal for tempo-synced delay/echo effects.


* Enter BPM manually or use the built-in 'tap tempo' feature

* Calculate delay times corresponding to the following note lengths: whole – 128th notes; standard, triplet and dotted

* Customise the colour scheme

* Support for all screen sizes

Recent changes:
Users can now customise the colour scheme

The “Tap” button now changes colour when you tap it (just like any regular button)
User reviews of Echolalia Delay Calc
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 27, 2014
Brilliant! Really handy! Loving This app!
A Google User
May 26, 2014
Easy to use, simple layout, wish all "audio" apps were this great
A Google User
Feb 6, 2014
Does dotted and triplets I'm not sure what the user below is talking about, there's a selection menu for standard, dotted, and triplet notes.
A Google User
Oct 30, 2013
Mediocre at best Lacks the most commonly used delay value (dotted 8ths, or any other dotted notes for that matter.) Also requires you to tap tempo and counts it to 2 decimal places. If youvare syncing up with a rhythm track at an exact bpm, you will never be able to get a straight answer for, say, 104 bpm, you'll always end up tapping 104.17 or something. You should be able to type in a straight up tempo.
A Google User
Oct 16, 2013
Excellent Much greater than the iphone alternative