SynthBot is a new monosynth on the app store. Here are the details:

SynthBot is the ultimate monophonic synthesizer, providing the user endless, classic retro sounds for live performance on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Features:

  • Monophonic, classic synthesizer
  • Dual Oscillators with level mixers
  • 7 Wave Generators:
  • Square, Triangle, Sawtooth, Reverse Sawtooth, Sine, Tangent, and Secant
  • Ultra wide, scrollable keyboard to with 5 octaves
  • Octave selector, supporting 5 octaves
  • Glide between notes (Lag Processor)
  • Oscillator fine tune (more than one full octave)
  • Oscillator sync
  • Low Pass Filter Module
  • Modulation module
  • Tremelo/Wave
  • Vibrato/Pitch
  • Filter
  • Envelope Generator module
  • Supports ADSR (Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release)
  • Volume
  • Filter (amount of low pass filter)
  • Arpeggio

Upcoming:

  • load/save sound settings
  • improved arpeggio
  • much much more

SynthBot is priced at $1.99

SynthBot - Turon Technologies, Inc.

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7 comments

  1. Agreed with Andrew – it looks like all he's added are the extra waveforms. Which may be cool, but the majority of the features he's listing (and the GUI, only slightly tweaked) come straight from the open source MobileSynth template. There are MANY other apps like this. Sigh, shovelware…

  2. Oh come off it Andrew, all code comes from somewhere! The code is there for developers to use, otherwise it never would have been published in a wiki. Mobeat and Moogie both use this code. You'll probably find that Synthbot will be mentioned soon as well. Yes I agree, at this stage it's hardly innovative, but at least it gives beginners a chance to understand the code involved. 🙂

  3. That's a shame…

    The problem is not using MobileSynth's code (It might be GPL or open source, though I can't confirm that).

    The problem is that this guy asks 2$ for it? That sucks.

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