Creation is really simple and every creation can be exported both as mp3 and to be used in the Aviary Audio Editor.
- Powerful Clip Editing
Trim, Loop, Stretch and Reverse your audio clips, width editable loop points, and interactive time stretch capabilities.
Easily add fade-ins, fade-outs, pan from left to right, and modify gain over time, with editable control points.
Add non-destructive effects to your audio clips including Pitch Change, Reverb, Delay, Parametric EQ, and more.
- Import / Export
Import your own audio files, or search one of our provided libraries. Mix it down and export directly to your desktop or publish back to your account.
Wednesday January 28th at 4pm Aviary will be presented in New York at the Fifth Avenue Apple Store.
Raven, the vector editor I’m currently working on for Aviary, will make its first public appearance.
“If you haven’t seen it in action yet, you will have the opportunity to test drive it before we released it to the public.”
All attendees will receive a one year Free Pro account!”
If you are planning on stopping by, please RSVP on Facebook, space is limited.
It has been a lot of time since we started working on Aviary.
During the last months, a lot of guys have helped us with beta testing some of the tools we are working on, and they have been able to produce really awesome stuff!
I collected a bunch of images from the Aviary website to show you the power of the tools. Those images does not rappresent the best, but they are just a collection of good compositions made with Peacock, Phoenix and Raven (respectively a Computer algorithm-based pattern generator, an Image editor and a Vector editor ).
Here is the list of images I collected, grouped by tool. You can click on each image to go the to Aviary page and (if you have an account) start playing with it.
Phoenix is the Image Editor. It is quite similar to Photoshop, and has some advanced features for image editing.
Peacock is a Computer algorithm-based pattern generator. Basically you generate an image assembling nodes that accept an input and produce an output. Combining this nodes may produce awesome stuff, and Peacock can be used for many purposes like advanced retouching effects or the creation of complex reusable filters (like the one used to transform a fish into bricks).
Raven is the Vector Editor. Actually it is in alpha stage but we are going to release a major update that adds really powerful tools.
From each image you can gather many useful information: the list of revision, the list of derivates, the list of sources, and other useful stuff. Each composition made with Aviary can be edited by any user to create a new revision, or can be used as a source for a brand new image. That makes some tools really useful an powerful: for instance you can build reusable filters in Peacock and use them on your Phoenix images.
There is much more on the Aviary website, and more images are added day by day.
I really suggest you to give Aviary a try; we are working hard to be able to go public soon, and outstanding new features will come in the near future. Post here if u want an invitation!
Have a good day 😉
One of the most ambitious projects I’ve ever worked on is finally coming out. It’s really gratifying when looking at what people is able to do using our software, for example meowza, one of my favourite artists.. Damn, I wrote the software but I just can draw a couple of circles and place a text on the canvas, nothing else 🙂 I would never have imagined that someone could do so awesome images.
Now Aviary finally opens to beta user using invitations. So, if you want to participate to the beta and try out Phoenix or Peacock ( the tool created by Mario ) just send me an email, I can give out some invitations.
We’re also planning to add some new cool features to Phoenix in the next days!
Recently Mario has also posted on his site a nice video on both Peacock and Phoenix in action, watch it here.
P.S. We’re hiring! If you’re a talented developer write me an email!
It’s incredible what meowza did using our Phoenix image editor.
Watch the video from the blog entry at Aviary.
Hillary Clinton wasn’t his first victim, see also what he was able to do to Britney in a rush job of 21 minutes:
That’s really amazing.