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76 Synthesizer bringing retro look beauty to your iPad

Wow, this looks amazing, I just hope that it lives up to the design feel. Here's the app details.

76 Synthesizer is a virtual analog monophonic synth for the iPad. Inspired by synthesizers from the 70's, the 76 Synthesizer combines playability with style.

For a limited time only, get 76 Synthesizer for 50% off!

  • Three Oscillators with sine, sawtooth, triangle, square waves and switchable filter LFO.
  • Voltage controlled filter
  • ADSR
  • Glide
  • Pitch bend/modulation touch pad
  • Three octave touch pad for note input with nine different scales
  • Eight different effects: reverb, phaser, flanger, chorus, overdrive, delay, tremolo and vocoder— tap the outputs to patch into two effects simultaneously
  • Eight different writable presets
  • Stunning retro interface
The app is priced at $1.99.

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Anonymous said...

ok pretty but what does it sound like

Anonymous said...

One would have to have $1.99 to find out, it seems...

hi said...

Is this Legit??

Anonymous said...

Sounds great.

mister-rz said...

I took the plunge and got it, my first impressions limited as they maybe were, I've been burnt looks nice but sounds like a free synth. Had a little play and it's grew on me, good for bass sounds, quite warm. I don't like the way you play notes as the space is quite small and a bit glitchy, but it's decent for working on sounds.

When you go to change some parameters especially the horizontal slide bar ones the screen wants to move to the next page. Maybe a 2 finger swipe to change pages or improving the sliders would be useful, as it can be fiddley as it stands. I liked the fxs section, sounded nice a bit limited but the wire is a nice touch.

If this gets core midi, I will be very happy especially if you can assign some of the parameters to midi cc. Very solid effort overall, can't wait to see how it progresses.

Anonymous said...

Also got it, it's very very basic and limited IMO. The preset bank has 8 presets.. The GUI is gorgeous though, I hope the graphic designer pair up with some great developer in the future.

Anonymous said...

GeoSynth has beautiful functionality with terribly fugly design.

76 has terribly weak functionality with beautiful design.

I'll pass on both and stick with Animoog. :)

Anonymous said...

Here are some samples produced on the 76 Synthesizer: