Update: Uber Synth v1.1 Released – Adds Audiobus Support!
Mark Carlotto has released version 1.1 of Uber Synth – his polyphonic multi-timbral FM synthesizer for the iPad & iPhone. The update adds support for Audiobus so you can stream live audio directly to other compatible apps!
Intelligent Gadgets presents a greatly expanded version of Uber Synth.
Uber Synth is a polyphonic multi-timbral FM synthesizer that runs on any iOS device. By multi-timbral we mean that it blends multiple sounds or timbres (2 at present although more will be added as iOS devices become more powerful). The underlying sound engine is based on the polyphonic triple-oscillator cross-modulated FM synthesizer first introduced in our xMod app.
The original version of Uber Synth, which contains two triple oscillator FM synths per key, offered a spatial mapping of any number of preset or custom sound patches to different positions on the keyboard. This creates a continuous palette of sound by blending individual sound patches across the keyboard.
The new version of Uber Synth (iPad version) provides five multi-timbral options:
• Mix the sounds of any two sound patches (e.g., flute and cello)
• Using the sound map, "smudge" multiple sound patches (icons in sound space) to create a composite sound
• Specify a region in sound space centered on a sound and move a point by a variable randomized amount within the region each time you play a note to create an evolving mix of the center sound and the sound nearest the point
• Do the same as above but move the point automatically at a specified rate
• Generate specified as well as randomized sound palettes across the keyboard as in the original version.
The iPhone/iPod version has reduced functionality.
Uber Synth is Core MIDI/Audiobus compatible so it can be played by itself or driven with external keyboards and other MIDI units running either on the same device or remotely, even wirelessly.
Supports Audiobus on newer devices.
Go to our website for more information.
Latest Release Notes - v2.2
iOS 7/Audiobus bug fixes.
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