SFXR

SFXR


* Push the buttons to generate retro video games sound effects.
* These sounds are randomly computed and therefore always differents.
* Mutate the sounds repeatedly for a more psychedelic effect.
* Choose predefined randomized sound types, or go full random for more surprises and a endless fun.
* Export your results to sound files, and use them as ringtone, sound fx for your games or musics.

JUMP ! LAZER ! POWER-UP ! Turn your life into an 8bit experience, entertain your kids or spice up your business meetings !

*As seen on TV !

Credits:
* Based on SFXR code by DrPetter
* SFRX Java port by Per Nyblom
* Pixel font by Craig Kroeger

Known bugs & limitations :
* Sound might be choppy on old or cheap devices

Recent changes:
* Export to WAVE !
* Updated layout to accomodate recent device without a "hard" menu button.
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4.5
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File size
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About SFXR
* Push the buttons to generate retro video games sound effects.
* These sounds are randomly computed and therefore always differents.
* Mutate the sounds repeatedly for a more psychedelic effect.
* Choose predefined randomized sound types, or go full random for more surprises and a endless fun.
* Export your results to sound files, and use them as ringtone, sound fx for your games or musics.

JUMP ! LAZER ! POWER-UP ! Turn your life into an 8bit experience, entertain your kids or spice up your business meetings !

*As seen on TV !

Credits:
* Based on SFXR code by DrPetter
* SFRX Java port by Per Nyblom
* Pixel font by Craig Kroeger

Known bugs & limitations :
* Sound might be choppy on old or cheap devices

Recent changes:
* Export to WAVE !
* Updated layout to accomodate recent device without a "hard" menu button.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 13, 2014
Awesome retro sound machine!!
A Google User
May 20, 2014
Great for exporting sounds to your sampler I would love to see this developer work on using his new an intuitive interface to not just work with Nintendo nostalgia but as the Explorer of the history of computing noises from one bit sounds forwards. I'd like to see some hands-on chaos pad stop tweaking of the mutator and a very simple one button export system allowing you to create banks of similar noises
A Google User
May 9, 2014
Glory Glory Halleluja
A Google User
Mar 22, 2014
Great fun! I'm having a lot of phun with this app! The ability to export the sounds really makes me happy!
A Google User
Feb 4, 2014
Awesomeness Works as described. LOVE being able to edit the sounds so easily!