MESSE12: iPad Synth Upgraded

Virsyn releases Addictive Synth for iPad Version 2.0      22/03/12
Virsyn has released Addictive Synth for iPad Version 2.0 . They tell us that the new spectral noise generator adds a new dimension to the already huge sound universe of Addictive Synth.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "This generator is the first of its kind and allows for extraordinarily detailed control over the dynamic spectrum of thenoisy part of sounds. Despite its complexity it's pretty easy to use and integrates naturally into the sound design philosophy of Addictive Synth. With the integration of a hi end reverb we closed the last gap to get fully addicted and the revised GUI is now compatible to the retina display of the new iPad! It was never so easy to create beautiful sounds and driving loops. The unique dynamic wavetable synthesis allows you to explore an unprecedented wide range of sonic territory. From acid loops, crystalclear percussions, realistic human choirs to complex musical sound scapes nothing seems impossible with only a handful parameters to tweak. ."
New in version 2
  • Spectral noise generator with dynamic filter structure.
  • Hi end reverberation unit.
  • revised GUI with retina support for new iPads
  • 32 new sound presets.
  • Many MIDI controllers added.
  • revised PDF Manual.
Pricing and Availability:
The version 2 is free for all users of 1.x More information:


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Jesse J    Said...

Beatiful! Nice update!

22-Mar-12 03:06 PM


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