AirVox Turns Your iPhone Into A Gesture Controlled Synthesizer

Yonac Software has introduced AirVox – a gesture-controlled synthesizer for the iPhone and iPod touch.

Features:

  • Move right hand up and down to control musical note / pitch
  • Move left hand back & forth to control any one of 9 tonal parameters like volume or vibrato (you can turn this feature on or off: it is turned off by us on the first-launch preset to make starting out easier)
  • Use other hand motions or gestures for even finer control
  • AirVox has 50 musical scales, each with settable root note and octave range.
  • AirVox has a complete sound engine, made of dual oscillators, many waveforms, musical filters and audio FX, including vibrato, delay, and tremolo.
  • AirVox has 48 built-in presets. Tweak knobs and save any number of your own.
  • Record and share your music via email, wifi or SoundCloud (also Twitter & Facebook via SoundCloud)

Note: AirVox uses the front camera. The devices that have a front camera are: iPhone 4, iPad 2 and iPod Touch 4th Gen.

AirVox is available in the App Store for $2.

4 thoughts on “AirVox Turns Your iPhone Into A Gesture Controlled Synthesizer

  1. i'm kind of bored of this kind of thing already. seems a little gimmicky. incorporating the technology into something bigger might give it more relevance, but by itself it's another toy.

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