Audioshift: User Manual
To begin with ...
... and all is set to start rocking! Audioshift controls look as below, try out each contol to test how they work!
Once Audioshift application is started, it stays resident in background in the Android device so that user can continue using other applications. Audioshift adds a new icon onto Android device Status Bar to bring back the Audioshift controls up on the display any time user needs them again:
Please see Frequently Asked Questions for most common questions and answers!
Click Android menu button in Audioshift application to bring up the settings as below:
Please notice that some of the settings are not available in Free Edition of Audioshift. Upgrade to Full version to enable all the settings!
High-Quality algorithm requires special capabilities (CPU with floating point hardware) from Android device, and is selected as default when such device is available. High-Quality algorithm requires more CPU processing power so user has option to switch to Standard algorithm if so desirable
If the Android device does not have powerful enough CPU, then this setting is locked to always use Standard algorithm.