iOS Synth Controlled By Light

iAbyssal uses iPhone and iPad frontal camera for altering pitch, filter frequency and resonance      14/11/17

iAbyssal is a virtual analog photo-synthesizer / noise machine for iPad and iPhone based on the Abyssal analog photo-synth released by AtomoSynth in 2008.

A spokesperson told us, "iAbyssal is a virtual analog synthesizer that can be controlled by light using the frontal camera, this design allows using it for expressive live performances and having fun creating crazy sound effects, incredible sound textures and big soundscapes."

Features:

  • Uses your device frontal camera as a light sensor for altering pitch, filter frequency and resonance.
  • "Photocell" (frontal camera) calibration functionality for adjusting its sensitivity to different environmental light conditions.
  • Can be used in low-light environments thanks to an inverse calibration feature.
  • Features one oscillator with square and sawtooth waveforms.
  • White noise generator.
  • Two low frequency oscillators (LFO) which can modulate various parameters of the oscillator, noise generator and filter.
  • One Filter with low pass and high pass mode and resonance (peak) control.
  • Adjustable delay effect.
  • Preset memory including many factory presets for using as a starting point and easily create your own sounds.
  • Inter-App-Audio and Audiobus support (as generator unit) for using it with your favorite audio apps.


Pricing and Availability:
$4.99 at the app store.

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