Common Analog Synthesizer

Common Analog Synthesizer


The App is a standard analog emulation synthesizer which is designed using some pictures of Nord Lead 1 as reference.
2 Oscillators, 1 LFO , 3 Envelopes, LP/HP Filter, OscillatorSync, Cross-Modulation and more.
All sound making process was written by native code. If on a Google Nexus device, you can expect low latency quick response.

Recent changes:
ver 1.12
-- Fixed some little bugs.
-- Assigned CC#1 to LFO Amount (for modulation wheel support).
ver 1.11
-- Fixed an issue that rarely drops a MIDI message.
ver 1.10
-- Merged from MIDI supported edition.
-- Fixed layout issues for KitKat/retina display.
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About Common Analog Synthesizer
The App is a standard analog emulation synthesizer which is designed using some pictures of Nord Lead 1 as reference.
2 Oscillators, 1 LFO , 3 Envelopes, LP/HP Filter, OscillatorSync, Cross-Modulation and more.
All sound making process was written by native code. If on a Google Nexus device, you can expect low latency quick response.

Recent changes:
ver 1.12
-- Fixed some little bugs.
-- Assigned CC#1 to LFO Amount (for modulation wheel support).
ver 1.11
-- Fixed an issue that rarely drops a MIDI message.
ver 1.10
-- Merged from MIDI supported edition.
-- Fixed layout issues for KitKat/retina display.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 25, 2015
Simple. Effective. Low latency. I rarely review apps, but this one deserved it. Using it with an Akai mpk mini, just to make some noises. All that's missing is mappable midi.
A Google User
Aug 23, 2015
Love it!! But plz add the recording option!!
A Google User
Aug 13, 2015
I'm hooked the first 30 seconds! Good job!
A Google User
Aug 6, 2015
R827 nice! :-)
A Google User
Aug 3, 2015
Nice sounds Two complaints- the sound controls should be a window you can open, the keys are too small and so are the knobs. Putting them in two different windows seems smart. Also- it would be nice if the octave change was horizontal and slid where the keys were. Otherwise the sounds are surprising. Probably a better program for tablets than smartphone with such small controls