Feature Jammed iPhone Synth

1 11 2008

Now available on appstore Noise.io is an extremely full featured synth for your iPhone or iPod touch. It looks great, works well, and is feature packed. Completely feature packed.

Fact of the matter is that there is more in this App than I could even start to list or have the knowledge about synths to describe correctly or even identify. All I can say about it is that knowing nothing about DJing and synths etc I am impressed by this app and enjoy making sounds and baselines with it. In the hands of an experienced musician or DJ I have no doubt some amazing things could be done with Noise.io.

From the developer:

Noise.io is capable of creating all kinds of melodic sequences, basses, leads, keys, bells, percussive sounds and sound effects. Designed by an experienced electronic musician, Noise.io makes it possible to create 303-like acid basslines or any other melodies using the buit-in sequencer, or jamming live in sync with the rhythm using the TapBPM feature. Extensive sound control possibilities are implemented – fingersliding, multitouch, accelerometer, velocity-sensitive dual keyboard and a modulation matrix. 9 factory preset banks are included: Azure Leads, Warping Basslines, Infinite Keys, Distant Bells, Touch the Bass, Strange Places, Klang Percussive, FX Pack 1, totalling in 81 presets. Noise.io utilizes an original synth technology called ESFM and features 3 generators, 2 filters, 3 LFO, 3 sequencers, 6 effects, unlimited presets, extensive user support and much more. Users are able to instantly share their banks with the community utilizing the on-line preset repository at the websiteHome – Noise.io – iPhone Synth – iPhone Synthesizer.

The above doesn’t even start to cover everything in this app. For the full feature list check here.

Did i mention it looks sweet? Some images from Noise.io:

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The prices is a bit steep for people like me to just go fiddle around for awhile but for those interested in learning or musicians and DJs it is at a very resonable price of $9.99 (hardware synthesizers can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars).




2 responses

14 12 2008

My name is Jessika!

1 01 2009

Hello jessika. Hope you find the site interesting!

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