Mobile Music Creation App Available For iOS

SingleCellSoftware releases Caustic 3 for Android and iOS      17/12/13

Buying Choices

Single Cell Software has announced the release of Caustic 3. The update is available on Google Play and the app is also out for the first time on iOS

Caustic 3 is a music creation tool inspired by rack-mount synthesizers / samplers rigs. Everything is real-time and optimized for mobile devices.

Create your rack by adding up to 14 machines from a choice of:

  • Subsynth - Virtual analog subtractive synthesizer
  • PCMSynth - Multi-sample wave synthesizer
  • BassLine - 303-like monosynth
  • BeatBox - 8-channel sampling drum machine
  • PadSynth - Harmonic table pad synthesizer
  • 8BitSynth - 8bit equation solver synthesizer
  • Modular - Fully configurable and routable synthesizer
  • Organ - Hammond-like tonewheel organ with rotary speaker
  • Vocoder - 8-band harmonic vocoder
  • FMSynth - DX-style 3-operator fm synthesizer


The app also includes:

  • Effects rack supporting 2 effects per machine. (16 effect types)
  • Mixer desk with global Delay/Reverb effects
  • Master section with parametric EQ and limiter
  • Song sequencer

 

Features:

  • Supports automation on most controls and includes powerful editors for modifying recorded automation curves.
  • All files are stored on the user-accessible storage, and users can supply their own WAV files for use in the PCMSynth, BeatBox, and Vocoder.
  • Supports all uncompressed WAV files (8-16-24-32bit, any sampling rate).
  • The PCMSynth can also load SoundFont files (.sf2) and FL Studio mobile instruments (.instr, .ZIP).
  • Class-compliant USB MIDI controllers can be connected via USB OTG cable on devices running at least Android 3.2 and supporting USB host mode.

 

Pricing and Availability:

$9.99

More information:

 

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