Update: Anaphobia Mini v2.1.1 Released – Adds Support for Audiobus & iPhone 5′s Four-Inch Display
Lars Rosenquist has released version 2.1.1 of Anaphobia Mini – his free iOS Universal monophonic virtual analog synthesizer. The update adds support for Audiobus and the iPhone 5′s four-inch display. There is also now a selectable audio buffer size.
- Audiobus support
- Updated UI
- Retina 4â€³ support
- Selectable audio buffer size (64, 128, 256, 512 and 1024 samples)
- Various small improvements
Anaphobia Mini (short: AnaMini) is a monophonic virtual analog synthesizer for iOS 5.0. It features a classical analog synthesizer setup using a VCO, LFO, VCA and VCF. Of course, none of it is really controlled by voltage, but rather by a 32-bit digital synthesis engine.
One oscillator with two wave types and scalable within the range of -1 and +1 octave.
Two LFO's with fixed wave type (saw) and selectable frequency/rate and depth. One LFO modulates VCO frequency, the other VCF cutoff.
One VCA with fixed ADSR envelope.
One 24dB/octave VCF with three filter types and selectable cutoff frequency and resonance.
A one-octave keyboard with support for portamento and legato play.
14 factory presets.
20 custom presets.
Selectable audio buffer size (64, 128, 256, 512 and 1024 samples).
Selectable MIDI channel (1-16).
Latest Release Notes - v2.2.1
Fixed bug in MIDI connection table where it was impossible to modify the settings.
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