I’ve been making synths with Jasuto and I am amazed by how flexible the app is. It is incredible. In some ways it makes me think of the modular environment in Sunvox, but with a lower level of functionality exposed.

As I’ve been building things using it I’ve found it quite straightforward, and even when I don’t get the results I expect, what I do get is interesting and worthwhile.

I know that I’m going to have to invest more time in this app to get the results that I’m looking for, but even so, it feels like that’s going to be a lot of fun in the learning and will hopefully include some expected results along the way.

If you haven’t tried out this app as yet I’d really suggest that you give it a go as It is only £0.59 ($0.99) at the moment, and is completely worth it.

Jasuto is available at the app store:
Jasuto modular synthesizer

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4 comments

  1. My thoughts on Jasuto, I’ve never seen or played with such a beautiful and exciting modular softsynth in a very long time. Jasuto is going to give the ‘heavies’ a real run for their money and I can’t wait to see the new browser interface that Chris Wolfe is working on.

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