Since then, 76 Synthesizer has moved from being a design concept to being a released software synth, available in the App Store for $1.99.
76 Synthesizer is a virtual analog monophonic synth for the iPad. Inspired by synthesizers from the 70’s.
- Three Oscillators with sine, sawtooth, triangle, square waves and switchable filter LFO.
- Voltage controlled filter
- 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
Since we first reported on 76 Synthesizer, the world of iPad software synthesizers has matured. Many readers will probably wonder about MIDI support, which appears to be missing in action on the synth.
If you’ve used 76 Synthesizer, let us know what you think of it!