Fluxama Intros DR-OM Synth For iOS

Fluxama, the developers of the app Noisemusick have released a new iOS music app, DR-OM:

DR-OM is a virtual synthesizer that simulates the hackable yard sale treasure of the same name. Dozens of DR-OM units have been adapted from a rare, limited science lab function generator that started turning up in flea markets in the 70s.

DIY synth enthusiasts discovered the device was easily hackable, and closely-guarded photocopies of the modded schematics have been handed around the community for years. The directions show how to rewire the generator into a nice little synth with two mixable Low Frequency Oscillators and a Voltage-Controlled Filter.

Here’s a demo of DR-OM in action:

DR-OM is now in the App Store for $1.99.

via Stefan

2 thoughts on “Fluxama Intros DR-OM Synth For iOS

  1. The sounds produced by this gadget are every bit as entertaining as the invented ‘history’ of the DR-OM. ‘… rare, limited science lab function generator that started turning up in flea markets in the 70s’ ? With a blue LED? Nice design, though.

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