Polyphonic Analog Modeling Synth For The iPad

Way Out Ware releases SynthX      25/03/11
Polyphonic Analog Modeling Synth For The iPad


Way Out Ware has announced the release, and immediate availability of SynthX, their latest instrument developed for the iPad, as previewed in our NAMM coverage. Here's what they have to say about it...
SynthX is a full-featured professional grade analog modeling synth that has been designed from the ground up for use on the iPad. SynthX melds a 6 voice/oscillator synth engine modeled after a vintage ARP synthesizer with a flexible and intuitive new user interface.
Beyond offering one of the first professional polyphonic virtual analog experiences on the iPad, SynthX also delivers a multitude of performance options. Users will enjoy, 3 different on screen touch controllable interfaces as well as the ability to control SynthX via USB, and wifi MIDI controllers.
SynthX Features:
  • Polyphonic virtual analog synthesizer built using Way Out Ware's award winning virtual analog technology.
  • 24 db/oct filter
  • Oscillators with simultaneous saw and pulse waveforms.
  • Noise generator with sample and hold
  • LFO Sync to MIDI Beat Clock
  • ADSR Envelope
  • Classic ARP style LFO, ADSR, and sample and hold control routings
  • Effects including Distortion, Delay, Limiter, plus Flanger and Chorus with syncable LFO.
  • Delay modeled after a vintage Echoplex tape delay, including smooth delay sweep feature.
  • Separate effects chain for external audio input.
  • Built-in recording with support for AudioCopy and Paste.
  • Large built library of sounds included with over 200 professionally designed patches.
  • Supports CoreMIDI including Note On/Off Send and Receive with Velocity, receive Aftertouch (including poly aftertouch), MIDI Beat Clock
  • Multiple playing modes including XY, Grid, classic Keys, USB MIDI, and WIFI MIDI
Pricing and Availability:
SynthX is available now for purchase in the Apple iTunes Store with a price of $9.99 More information:
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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Marc JX8P    Said...

I'll definitely be trying this, but I wish they'd put a bit more work in making the GUI more inviting. It might well be easier in use than a photo realistic one, but this is plain ugly.

25-Mar-11 05:42 AM


SteveFromBerlin    Said...

+1

26-Mar-11 11:05 PM


selercs    Said...

The GUI looks like 80's early Atari.

27-Mar-11 01:20 PM


TimewARP    Said...

We decided to pair a vintage GUI with a vintage sound. Grab SynthX and a vintage claret and enjoy!

29-Mar-11 12:20 AM


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