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