Developer Chris Jeffs has released Monnix, a new iOS synthesizer. It’s designed to use three points of touch to control the distribution of up to 16 harmonics, allowing for unique sound effects.
Movements can be played back in the Replay page and the pitch altered by tilting the device forward. The Sample & Hold screen freezes the partials according to the selected tempo. FM ratio, jitter and envelope parameters can be set in the remaining pages, allowing for ‘a wide variety of sonic mayhem’.
Here’s an unofficial demo, via Oliver Chesler (The Horrorist):
Monnix is available for US $2.99 in the App Store.