I looked at the sample code for SuperPoweredTimeStretching in the "SuperPoweredOfflineProcessingExample" project. Can this class be leveraged for real-time audio processing as well? Or is its utility limited to the offline processing alone? Patrick Vlaskovits October 16, 2017 20:17 Follow Yes, definitely. It's the fastest time stretcher, especially good for real-time audio processing. Related articles Can point me to an example to do Audio tempo change in real time without pitch shift? Is it possible to add pitch changing effects to the audio in real-time for our video chat application? I have tried using the setSpeakerphoneOn() function both before and after initializing the Superpowered audio with new SuperpoweredAndroidAudioIO() as well as stopping and restarting Superpowered after toggling the speakerphone. What do I need to do? Can do multiple pitch shifting for playing a sample back as a chord? Is there any example code to integrate Superpowered with a swift project? Comments 0 comments Article is closed for comments.