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Re: iOS synths

Post by martygras » Fri Sep 06, 2013 11:53 am

syrupcore wrote:Cassini is actually a pretty monster synth. Editing goes deep deep. The presets do very little to display its power. Definitely check out the videos of their site for a few programming tips and I think the Sunsine presets are totally worth it.
Hey Syrupcore, you are right. Cassini is more powerful than I originally thought. Definitely a different animal than Thor or Nave etc.
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Re: iOS synths

Post by Geronimo » Sat Sep 07, 2013 6:22 am

syrupcore wrote:For sounds, you have really have two (because you need these sound sources to be multitimbral): SampleTank + IAP or BS-16i + SoundFonts*. Sampletank is easier but is only four part multitimbral. BS16i is... wait for it... 16 part. :)

There are lots of great free soundfonts out there. and should get you started.
That's pretty awesome. I didn't even think about Soundfonts. Although i'll definitely buy the Miroslav Philharmonik add on for SampleTank soon, i'm very interested in trying out the stuff that you've linked us to. Seems like a whole new world to explore.

Much appreciated!

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Re: iOS synths

Post by BlackBox » Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:03 pm

Addictive Synth is pretty sweet! Especially for the cost and Samplwiz and Geo. NLog midi to Thumbjam (and any number of the other) makes for some awesome guitar fun! Wavegenerator and WaveMapper are also really unique

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Re: iOS synths

Post by G-master G » Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:22 pm


I didn't respond initially to your post becuase I just didn't understand it but a bit of research over the weekend has made things a little clearer and I understand now what you are recommending. Thank you, I will investigate both avenues.



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Re: iOS synths

Post by instinctive » Tue Sep 10, 2013 12:13 am

@G-Master G: You don't need a multitimbral synth though. You can easily have several seperate synth Apps controlled through the same sequencer at the same time by using different MIDI channels.

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