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Korg Mono/Poly Released for iOS

The Mono/Poly analog synthesizer appeared in 1981 at the same time as the acclaimed Polysix. Not only was it a fat-sounding four-VCO monophonic synthesizer, it featured a revolutionary design that allowed it to also be used as a four-voice polyphonic […]

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Okaynokay’s Aquatic Music app, SEAquence, Updated

Seaquence is beautiful and playful multi-voice synthesizer. We can’t really describe it. It’s best to watch the video below. Seaquence le...

Roland TR-08 Announced for 808 Day

Today is 808 day (August 8th, pretty clever!) Roland is taking advantage of the marketing opportunity by announcing a replica of their 808. The “...

Syntronik: The Legendary Synth Powerhouse

IK Multimedia’s massive analog sample based instrument, Syntronik, is now available. It is based on 38 different analog synths. It looks like we...

BeatMaker 3: Available Now

BeatMaker 3 has to be the most anticipated iOS music-making app of 2017. You can’t visit an iOS music forum or music-making social media group w...

Sweetwater GearFest Pics + Music App Developer Interview

We visited the 2017 GearFest at Sweetwater Sound this past weekend. This was the 16th year of the event, which has grown into the single largest publ...

Roland Announces the SE-02 Analog Synthesizer

Roland and Studio Electronics announced the SE-02 today. It’s the debut product of the new Roland Boutique Designer Series. Unlike previous Rol...

Bram Bos Ripplemaker: Modular iOS Synth

Everything Bram Bos releases is worth checking out. His latest app is no exception. Ripplemaker is a ‘West Coast Flavoured Modular Synth’. If yo...

apeSoft Mood: iOS MiniMoog Inspired Synth

Mood is an interpretation of the legendary MiniMoog Model D Analog Synthesizer. And, it sounds spectacular. We especially like the included patch bank...

Audio Damage: Dubstation 2

Dubstation 2 takes AudioDamage’s most popular product and adds a whole raft of new features, including a dual mode for separate control over the...

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