Synthoid - Analog Synthesizer

Synthoid - Analog Synthesizer


Synthoid is an analog style synthesizer that you control using the touch screen and accelerometer of your phone.

It contains a real time synth model that generates the wave forms and reacts to your control inputs.

You can control synthoid like a ribbon synth using the touchscreen of your phone, or like a theremin by moving your phone about in the air.

The various parameters can be mapped to the different control inputs so that you can customise the control scheme.

User patches can be created and saved alongside the built in presets.

The sounds rang from spooky sci-fi soundtrack theremin warbles to thick fat detuned saw-bass sounds.

The synth model features:
3 Audio Oscillators
2 LFOs
5 Wave Types - Saw, Inverse Saw, Square, Triangle and Sin
Configurable Attack/Decay envelope
Preset and user patches
Fully assignable controls

There are audio preferences that allow you to customize the performance parameters to match the capabilities of your phone.

Full user documentation is included to help you get to grips with the controls and learn how to configure the parameters.

If you like Synthoid, please support it by leaving positive feedback.

Alternatively, if you are experiencing problems, get in touch - Synthoid is fully developer supported.

Recent changes:
Added controller settings page and Attack/Decay envelope mod.

Controller settings allow changing of the pitch progression from linear to musical, selecting pitch quantization for automatic tuning and pitch clamping.

The Attack/Decay envelope is a new mod that allows you to program in mod sweeps in a rising, falling or rise-fall style.
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$2.49
62
3.1
User ratings
18
Installs
1,000+
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File size
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About Synthoid - Analog Synthesizer
Synthoid is an analog style synthesizer that you control using the touch screen and accelerometer of your phone.

It contains a real time synth model that generates the wave forms and reacts to your control inputs.

You can control synthoid like a ribbon synth using the touchscreen of your phone, or like a theremin by moving your phone about in the air.

The various parameters can be mapped to the different control inputs so that you can customise the control scheme.

User patches can be created and saved alongside the built in presets.

The sounds rang from spooky sci-fi soundtrack theremin warbles to thick fat detuned saw-bass sounds.

The synth model features:
3 Audio Oscillators
2 LFOs
5 Wave Types - Saw, Inverse Saw, Square, Triangle and Sin
Configurable Attack/Decay envelope
Preset and user patches
Fully assignable controls

There are audio preferences that allow you to customize the performance parameters to match the capabilities of your phone.

Full user documentation is included to help you get to grips with the controls and learn how to configure the parameters.

If you like Synthoid, please support it by leaving positive feedback.

Alternatively, if you are experiencing problems, get in touch - Synthoid is fully developer supported.

Recent changes:
Added controller settings page and Attack/Decay envelope mod.

Controller settings allow changing of the pitch progression from linear to musical, selecting pitch quantization for automatic tuning and pitch clamping.

The Attack/Decay envelope is a new mod that allows you to program in mod sweeps in a rising, falling or rise-fall style.

User reviews of Synthoid - Analog Synthesizer
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A Google User
Nov 18, 2012
No fade-in/out The idea of the app is good, but unfortunately there is no fade-in and fade-out for sounds, which results in very audible clicks at the beginning and end of sounds being played. Too bad.
A Google User
Nov 18, 2012
No fade-in/out The idea of the app is good, but unfortunately there is no fade-in and fade-out for sounds, which results in very audible clicks at the beginning and end of sounds being played. Too bad.
A Google User
Feb 18, 2012
Click There's a really annoying click at the start and stop of sound output. For my money I expect better.
pushplay
Feb 18, 2012
Click There's a really annoying click at the start and stop of sound output. For my money I expect better.
A Google User
Apr 24, 2011
Excellent! Very configurable. Not for simpletons. You gotta know a little synth theory, but only a little.