Synergy Studio For iPad Now Available

4PocketsAudio has released Synergy Studio – a matrix sequencer for the iPad

Features:

  • Choose your pattern length from 16, 32 and 64 notes.
  • 11 Drum Kits, 42 Analogue Synth instruments, 55 Sampler instruments, 21 Pad Synth instruments.
  • Further instruments available from free Sound library and in-App purchases.
  • Edit existing instruments to create new ones and save them to use again.
  • Easily connect and interact with other MIDI controls.
  • Fully integrated mixer and effects unit available.
  • 3 BAND Parametric EQ on each of the 16 layers to control the tonal content of a layer.
  • Automate panning, fading and effects using the mixer.
  • Export and share to other iOS devices via Bluetooth, Pasteboard, SoundCloud, DropBox, Email and FTP.

 Here’s a preview of Synergy Studio:

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Synergy Studio is available in the App Store for $19.99.


15 thoughts on “Synergy Studio For iPad Now Available

    • the app description says ‘ Synergy includes MIDI implementation enabling you to interact with MIDI hardware’. however, I’d want to use this with synths via virtual midi and there’s no mention of that

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      • just checked out the manual, it looks like it can start a midi network session which should be visible in other synth apps. I was actually really impressed how fully featured this was from reading the manual- although from the store page it looks like all the effects cost extra.

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  1. How does this fit in with Aurora HD?

    It looks like a new version, but is this replacing Aurora? Does anybody know how they compare?

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  2. bought it. so far not having any luck controlling ipad synths :/ it’s actually crashed a couple times while messing with the midi settings too

    the sampler supports multiple zones which is cool. no layering as far as I can tell. crossfade option for easier looping seems to work ok. pity there’s no 32nd notes in the editor. they went to the trouble of letting you choose note length resolution but stopped short at 16ths.

    I really hope there’s a way to get midi out of this thing onto the same device, otherwise I’m not all that interested, I’d rather work in nanostudio if I’m picking a non-virtual midi enabled studio. network session *should* work as far as I can see, but nothing’s doing

    there’s a few minor gripes I have about the editor but all in all it’s nice, just really need the midi out

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  3. I want to try this, but I installed, and it crashes on first load, and says it failed to load some presets and that they were missing. I find it hard to believe I just paid 20 bucks for an app that can’t even install properly. I’d be more than happy to write another review once this mess is sorted out, and I’d warn anybody interested to wait until the next release sorts out these kind of ridiculous bugs. Ad before you suggest obvious solutions, I tried resetting my iPad, restarting it before launch, before install, etc. Nothing works.

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  4. Software looks, fine, if a bit expensive for an iOS app, but …

    The bad compression and noise gating on the voiceover is really distracting, and the presenter seemed to have a cold or something.

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