Subtractive MonoSynth For iPad

TBStuff releases iTuttle      30/09/13

TBStuff describes iTuttle as an awesome fat and warm subtractive monophonic synthesiser for iPad. Here's what they have to say about it in their own words...

Fat by Design with its 9 oscillators section, all waveforms (but Sinus with oscillators) use generalized PWM (called "Ratio"), so you can tune/modulate the waveform of each oscillator / LFO.

Its huge modulations capabilities lets you create a very large sound styles.

The arpeggiator includes an 8 steps sequencer and lets you mute, change the gate duration, the groove and the velocity of each step. In addition, you can use the global Shuffle to humanize your arpeggios. It also sends its notes to MIDI Outs.


Specifications:


  • 9 Oscillators section organized on 3 Oscillator Modes (8 waveforms)
  • White Noise
  • Full Stereo path (from Oscillators Section to FX)
  • 24dB/oct Filter (Low Pass, Band Pass & Hi Pass)
  • 3 Envelopes
  • 2 LFOs (11 waveforms with Generalized PWM, even with Sinus/Cosinus)
  • 2 X/Y Pads
  • 8 Modulation Slots (20 Sources and 67 Destinations !!!)
  • Arpeggiator with Shuffle/Groove, Step Controls and MIDI sending
  • Stereo Delay with delay time modulation capability
  • Full MIDI implementation (including MIDI CC Learn)
  • Korg WIST support
  • User Bank sharing with Mail/Safari
  • Needs iOS 6.0 or higher

 

Pricing and Availability:
£6.99/$9.99 at the app store.
Free iTuttle Lite version also available

More information:

 

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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Chris    Said...

A monophonic (!) synth, with a creepy user-interface, old sounds, old synthconcept, no audiobus, no interapp sound exchange at this price? Are they totally crazy? Welcome to the 21. Century! People... buy better NAVE, SUNRIZER or ADDICTIVE SYNTH... sounds much better for a few bucks more and you have fat basses...

30-Sep-13 06:22 PM


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