Here’s what’s new, or if you’re waiting for the iOS version, what to expect:

  • GUI improvement and optimization;
  • Maemo port (tested on Nokia N900);
  • iOS: added screen orientation locking;
  • iOS 4 multitasking support;
  • iOS: added file sharing (SunVox iTunes);
  • added spectrum analyzer;
  • new module: OGG Vorbis Player; note: this module is not available for the PalmOS devices;
  • new module: Amplitude Modulator (multiplier);
  • added new controller in the “Distortion”: “Noise”;
  • added LFO to the “Filter”;
  • improved sound quality of the “FM” module;
  • improved sound quality of the “Kicker” module;
  • added high-quality cubic interpolation to the “Sampler” module;
  • note: this mode doesn’t work on handheld devices with integer engine;
  • added a set of built-in color themes;
  • you can specify your own colors using the c_0, c_1, c_2 and c_3
  • options in the sunvox_config file; example: c_0 #00FF80;
  • added UNDO/REDO functions (trough the main menu or CTRL + Z / CTRL
  • + Y / SHIFT + CTRL + Z);
  • added “edit step” to the pattern editor;
  • new keyboard shortcut (pattern editor): CTRL + MINUS – decrease edit step;
  • new keyboard shortcut (pattern editor): CTRL + PLUS – increase edit step;
  • correct solo/mute handling in the “MultiSynth” module;
  • added “Module remapping” function (main menu -> edit -> remap);
  • fixed bug with relative note in the “MultiSynth”;
  • sunvox_config: added “zoom” option; you can use it for larger pixels on Linux devices with SDL, or on WinCE devices with RAW video driver; example of usage: zoom 2;
  • added new songs and simple examples;

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3 comments

  1. Maybe I didn't delve deeply enough into the app, but unless I can record live into the sequencer, this app is an excersise in tedium for moi.

  2. @Icepulse

    This program on a computer is awesome, on IOS with touch controls its tedious.

    Music Trackers are just better with keyboards.

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