A new synth for the iPhone which sounds quite interesting.

User programmable additive synth controlled with classic landscape keyboard or full screen Aural Expression Matrix (AUM)

Taking advantage of the PM-Synth engine and Aural Expression Matrix (AEM) technology Pocket Synth will have you droning the dulcet tones of the deep sea whale, pumping classic synth brass and grinding out industrial mayhem in no time. At the pulsing heart of this audio machine is an additive synthesizer engine with two oscillators per voice each with five available wave shapes, four envelopes, LFO with seven shapes, low pass filter, distortion, delay, pulse width modulation, six octave range and pitch bender. What sets Pocket Synth apart from its supposed competitors, however, is its Aural Expression Matrix which takes full advantage of your phones capacitive multitouch capabilities to provide a practically unimpeded conduit between your mind and the desired sound. Do yourself and everyone else within earshot a hot favour and snatch this. —

This latest version has been called “the only music app that can both entice potential suitors and repel would-be assailants (sometimes simultaneously).” It is fully programmable and includes 20 saveable memory slots:

  • User programmable additive synth controlled with classic landscape keyboard or full screen Aural Expression Matrix
  • 20 saveable memory slots
  • Sine, sawtooth, square, pulse and noise wave shapes
  • Seven LFO shapes assignable to pitch, amplitude or filter
  • Four envelopes (Pitch, amplitude, filter and LFO depth)
  • Low pass filter
  • Pulse width modulation
  • Pitch bender
  • 6 octave range
  • Portamento, distortion and delay FX modes

Pocket

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5 comments

  1. The developer's site is now up but currently it's nothing more than a copy-and-paste from the iTunes app description. No sound samples, videos or additional details, unfortunately.

    I'll probably end up buying it anyway out of curiosity and because I'm a sucker for this sort of stuff.

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