iPad Synth For Guitar

Yonac Software releases SHREDDER      15/12/11

Yonac Software has announced the release of SHREDDER, which they describe as the first professional iOS synthesizer designed for the guitar. It's now available on the iTunes App Store. SHREDDER is a synthesizer/MIDI interface specially designed and developed for guitar players. It allows guitarists to play a true analog- modeling synth by simply plugging in – no special pickups needed! Yonac Software say that SHEDDER's synth engine is a powerful, fully configurable FM/Subtractive design including:
  • Dual oscillators
  • Three custom-designed filters
  • Three dedicated envelopes
  • Dual LFOs
  • Many more sonic features to empower the musician
In addition, SHREDDER can also be used as a MIDI Out interface to control other Virtual MIDI compatible iOS devices, or hardware synths through a physical connection.
SHREDDER engineer and guitar veteran, James Yonac, told us "SHREDDER is an amazing breakthrough for guitarists and all musicians. Now guitarists can get amazing synth sounds from their guitars without a special synth pickup and for a small fraction of the price of a hardware guitar synth."
SHREDDER reads guitar input through popular iPad guitar jack interfaces or from the iPad's built in microphone.
Yonac Software was founded in New York City in 2008. The company mainly focuses on the development of music and sound related software. In September 2008, Yonac released miniSynth, the first and most popular synthesizer available for the iPhone. Other bestselling Yonac apps include miniSynth PRO, ORGAN+, Thereminator, and PitchBot.
Pricing and Availability:
SHREDDER is available in the App Store for a limited-time introductory price of $5.99. The regular price of $14.99 will be effective starting January 14, 2012. More information:

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