Developer James Navarro let us know that he’s updated SquareSynth, an 8-bit style software synthesizer, based on the NES, adding AudioBus and more.
SquareSynth is a table-based synthesizer, and NES simulator for iOS, based on old-school chiptune trackers. Using the tables you can create sounds similar to 8-bit game consoles, and computers.
Here’s what’s new in v1.5.1:
- Added Audio Bus
- Optimized for Audio Bus
- Fixed save button
- Fixed midi patch bug
- Change key press animation
- Updated icon
- Clean, band limited waveforms.
- Looping .wav recorder. Play/Edit sample in real time, or make one-shots.
- Core Midi Enabled. Use hardware or software midi input.
- iTunes and Clipboard export
- Original NES waveform oscillators (Pulse, Triangle, Short Noise, and Long Noise)
- Glide, Full Pulse width modulation, and Vibrato
- Control Pitch, Wave-type, and Pulse width, via instrument table
SquareSynth is available in the App Store for US $1.99. It’s designed for the iPhone.