It looks like I am readying AnaddrSynth for another release. The first things to take care of this time around are:
- Fix the ADSR system
- Fix the graphics
After that, I will probably look at improving the knob-based controls, possibly replacing some with the graph-like concept I am working with for the ADSR. I will also be adding new modules as in-app purchases.
Here we go! A couple of pics from tonight’s efforts, with the ADSR deeply under construction (plus the Macbook Air I am now using):
This app supports iOS 8 and has no issues. A review in the US store mentions iOS 8 problems that plague some apps using Audiobus. That is not the case here.
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Version 1.2 should ship very soon, in the next 1-5 days. Meanwhile, here’s some screenshots highlighting the UI changes and the new arbitrary waveform generator feature.
Version 1.2 will be available in 2-3 weeks. These improvements are slated to be included:
1- Higher Fourier resolution for saw, triangle, and square oscillators.
2- Inclusion of a fourth and maybe fifth oscillator.
3- Polishing of fonts, button text, and colors, where needed.
4- Basic hardware keyboard MIDI input capability.
(Inter-app MIDI will likely come later.)
4- A fix for saving settings accurately each time.
5- Various bug fixes.