CenterStage - Custom Soundboard
iOS iPhone Music
Bring out the star in you with CenterStage, a customizable soundboard, with iTunes File Sharing, Sound Document support, Sound and Icon URL Pasting and Expanded Media Support (Premium Feature), Fade Out support and more. Entertain yourself and others in ways you haven't thought possible before. Ideal for DJ's, radio shows, sports announcers, role-playing games and anything else you can think of.
- Tap to play. Tap and hold to play looped.
- Multi-tap to play multiple sounds at the same time.
- Drag fingers across the board to create havoc.
- Sounds are ready to play, no loading or paging needed.
- Pitch/Tempo control using horizontal tilt.
- Volume control using vertical tilt.
- Fade Out / Mute button with adjustable fade out duration.
- Add sounds to Shaker list to Shake-to-play a random sound.
- Multiple/independent sound timers.
- Record and use your own sounds.
- Download and use WAV sounds from the internet (Paste-a-URL).
- Upload and use WAV sounds via iTunes File Sharing.
- Open WAV sound documents, like Mail attachments, to use in the app.
- PREMIUM FEATURE: Assign more types of audio to any button (requires a one-time InApp purchase).
- Customize icons and background from Photos or Camera (if available), Pasteboard, the internet (Paste-a-URL), iTunes File Sharing or use any iPod library album art.
- Customize sound labels and button look.
- Paste sounds, icons, labels between buttons.
- Sounds can be set to Solo mode.
- Email both built-in and recorded or custom sounds.
- Move/Rearrange sound buttons.
Alarm, balloon pop, balloon deflate, car horn (aoogha), cash register, censored (bleep), charge (calvary), chimp, cow moo, crowd cheer, donkey, explosion, glass break, jaguar (roar), kiss (female), pig squeal, quack, ricochet, rim shot, rock riff, scream duo (male/female), whip (single crack), witch cackle, wrong (buzzer).
A comprehensive How-To section (accessible from the Options menu at any time) describes in more detail how to use CenterStage and shows up the first time you run the app. It also explains what sound formats are available.
When using the tilt to control the pitch/tempo or the volume, the effect is variable and depends on the amount of tilt. Also, these do not affect iPod audio.
You can adjust the sensitivity of the accelerometer for motion activated play (Shake-to-play).
The 3 ways of playing sounds (tap, timers, Shake-to-play) do not interfere with each other and can be used in conjunction with each other.
With music sources, only one can be playing at any time, but will remain playing even after the app is closed.
With other sources, multiple sounds can be playing at the same time (overlap), even while iPod audio is playing.
The built-in Recorder is available on iPhones and iPod touches with a build-in or external mic. Use it to record burps, farts, laughs, screams, dogs barking, any audio effects. Or record memos, reminders or a sweet note from a loved one so you can listen to it any time.
Tap the Fade Out button to fade out. Tap and hold to get list of options, including a Mute option.
- Please leave your comments and suggestions of what else you'd like to see added to CenterStage.
- Let us know how you have used CenterStage, we wanna know!
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- If you can't hear any sounds, please make sure the device volume is turned up while the app is running. Also make sure the app is not in Mute mode.
- If you're importing sounds, please read the Info section in the app that describes what formats are supported and what the different ways to import sounds are.
- If you're picking a song from the iPod library and nothing happens, reset the privacy settings for Media Library and try again.
We respond to all emails and help troubleshoot problems. Please email email@example.com for help or feedback.
- Support for iOS 10+
- Minimum iOS supported is now 7.0
- Resolves permission issue with picking songs from iPod library that some users had.
NOTE: If you bought the Expanded Media Support feature and you still have problems picking songs, check the Privacy settings for Media Library, or reset the privacy settings from “Settings app > General > Reset > Reset Location & Privacy”, then try again. When prompted to allow access to the Media Library, select OK.