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Version 1.1 should be approved this coming week. In the meantime, download AnaddrSynth and listen to the range of sounds that are possible. Version 1.1 will be wonderful, too.

AnaddrSynth

Get the app here.  We have Audiobus compatibility coming soon.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id874379804?mt=8

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A New Design Approach…..?

I was trying to differentiate AnaddrSynth with the earlier tagline “A new approach to sound synthesis”.  However, the truth may be that I cannot make the claim until true innovation and/or emulation are delivered, at levels that are appropriate for modern iOS synths.  

What I have planned, though, will surely be a new approach and I simply want a receptive/captive audience for which time that I do introduce these innovations.  This is all more about a new design approach, rather than some other derivative on what other software writers, even manufacturers, have been doing.  Please, stay tuned.

Coming up in Version 1.1 – Audiobus compatibility, improved controls, and…..a new interface!

The most obvious feedback on the first version of AnaddrSynth was, clearly, the need to step away from the 90’s Geocities mock-up thing.  So, I opened up a couple of graphics editors and went to work.  I came up with a new interface, currently still being mulled over.  If you have any comments, let me know.  -Chris

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Audiobus Integration Update

Clarification: Audiobus support is coming in AnaddrSynth Version 1.1.

Thanks,
Chris

AnaddrSynth

I now have AnaddrSynth working on Audiobus, and I have to say: it’s quite sweet! I downloaded the superb Swoopster and made some cool sounds at lunch.

Next up: finishing touches for Audiobus, more testing, and then tackling the interface look and feel a bit more.

Here’s a screenshot of everything playing together:

To get more familiar with AnaddrSynth, go to this link for the purchase:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/anaddrsynth/id874379804?mt=8

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Specifications

Additionally, it should be noted that the three oscillator engines (sawtooth, square, and triangle) are all analog modeled oscillators. No samples are involved.

AnaddrSynth

I don’t know why, but I failed to list out specifications for the AnaddrSynth app.

Specifications:

Polyphonic voices

Three oscillator engines for sawtooth, square, and triangle waveforms.

Three configurable oscillator “banks”, with oscillator engine option, note tuning, and octave tuning.

1 Triangle LFO with sawtooth, square, and triangle oscillator engine destinations (speed / depth control)

1 Square LFO with sawtooth, square, and triangle oscillator engine destinations (speed / depth control)

1 Moving Filter (VCF) with local LFO, ramp up/down modulation and Lo, Hi, Mid filter settings

1 Wah effect (configurable)

1 Stereo Delay effect (configurable)

1 Hi Filter with settable cutoff

1 Lo Filter with settable cutoff

Planned features:
– Audiobus (free upgrade)
– MIDI real/virtual (free upgrade)
– Custom wavetable editor (free upgrade)
– To be anncouned

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Audiobus Integration Update

I now have AnaddrSynth working on Audiobus, and I have to say: it’s quite sweet! I downloaded the superb Swoopster and made some cool sounds at lunch.

Next up: finishing touches for Audiobus, more testing, and then tackling the interface look and feel a bit more.

Here’s a screenshot of everything playing together:

To get more familiar with AnaddrSynth, go to this link for the purchase:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/anaddrsynth/id874379804?mt=8

20140515-155221.jpg