A really big thank you to Synthetic Bits for supporting the mobile music advent calendar this year. Mobile Music developers are a hard working bunch and Synthetic Bits is no different. Their app FunkBox is superb and makes me feel like John Foxx!
We look forward to great things from Synthetic Bits in 2013. Please support them along with all our other mobile music advent calendar developers (we’ll be saything thank you to everyone over the next few days).
Great to see a video of this app again. It’s such a good synth.
An older app that’s for sure, but still without a doubt one that is well worth digging in to. In fact, it did take me a while to get my head round how to use Jasuto, but once you have the basics it is very easy to experiment with and learn a lot about synthesis.
I’ve found it a great tool and very enjoyable. The only downside is that it has not been maintained for a long time now and I’ve not been able to contact the developer for ages. I really hope that this will be resolved in the not too distant future.
Even having said all of that, I still think that Jasuto and the Pro version is an amazing achievement on a mobile device, and I hope that one day we’ll see a new version that continues to amaze.
Don’t forget that ReBirth for iPad is down to $9.99 for the rest of the year.
One of the most intriguing apps of 2012 in my opinion, and accessible at multiple levels. You can just play or dig deeper and do a lot more with this app.
It sits firmly as one of my 24 apps of 2012 as I am able to easily lose myself and quite substantial amounts of time in Gestrument. Add to that the fact that it supports MIDI record and now Audiobus and it becomes an invaluable tool in a mobile music makers kit.
I’ve really enjoyed it so far and I hope it’ll keep going, developing and becoming even more interesting.