Moon Synth

Moon Synth


Eerie and mysterious the Moon Synth changes the sound as you move your fingers across the screen and up and down, tap quickly to play a short note or hold down up to four fingers at a time to produce cascading patterns. The screen lights up and pulses in time with your finger movements. The sound is created in real time like an old fashioned synthesizer from the 1970s but without all the confusing knobs and sliders, sounds great enough for professional stage use, yet easy enough for anyone to use to make live ambient music right away!

Recent changes:
Fixed occasional clipping issue so the sound is always smooth.
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75
3.8
User ratings
55
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
5089 kb
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About Moon Synth
Eerie and mysterious the Moon Synth changes the sound as you move your fingers across the screen and up and down, tap quickly to play a short note or hold down up to four fingers at a time to produce cascading patterns. The screen lights up and pulses in time with your finger movements. The sound is created in real time like an old fashioned synthesizer from the 1970s but without all the confusing knobs and sliders, sounds great enough for professional stage use, yet easy enough for anyone to use to make live ambient music right away!

Recent changes:
Fixed occasional clipping issue so the sound is always smooth.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 19, 2015
Luvluvluv eeeet Srsly need to reduce lag and slowness
A Google User
Jan 8, 2015
A Wonderful Multi-touch Sound Generator Moonsynth is extremely simple. There are no controls other than the multi-touch note control, but I still find it to be wonderfully playable, especially when I'm in the mood for microtonal explorations.
A Google User
Oct 31, 2014
Loved it but needs filter control This would be perfect with the addition of an analog style low pass filter controlled via a slider or something at the top which could be manipulated simultaneously with playing.
A Google User
May 11, 2014
Needs more options, wave forms, depth, delay etc.
A Google User
May 10, 2014
Be careful People that have epilepsy could be affected by this, I don't have epilepsy, it just makes my eyes ache.