Enkl Monophonic Synthesizer For iPad


Klevgränd Produktion AB has introduced Enkl – a new monophonic software synthesizer for iPad.

In addition to its synthesis features, Enkl supports Inter-App Audio, AudioBus and MIDI.

Here’s the official video demo:


  • Realtime rendered audio – no samples involved
  • Two separate oscillators with separate LFO’s
  • Oscillators can generate Triangle, Sawtooth, Square or Noise waveforms
  • Oscillators can be summed or multiplied together
  • Each LFO has its own ADSR and modulates its oscillator’s pitch or volume
  • High cut and low cut filter with resonance (also controllable via MIDI)
  • Chiptune-style arpeggiator
  • Legato mode
  • Ping-pong delay as a post effect
  • Three band EQ as a post effect
  • MIDI support (including IAA MIDI and Virtual MIDI)
  • Extended Keyboard for live performing (also sends MIDI to any output port)
  • Local on / off
  • Pitch bend, Modulation, Low Cut, High Cut and Resonance controllable via MIDI
  • Comes with 93 factory presets
  • Documentation within app
  • Inter App Audio support
  • AudioBus support including state saving

Enkl Monophonic Synthesizer For iPad is available now for US $5.99.

If you’ve used Enkl, leave a comment and share your thoughts on it!

6 thoughts on “Enkl Monophonic Synthesizer For iPad

  1. I love the fact that it’s basically all on one screen. It does chippy well but it also can be very nasty in a good way.

  2. why why why why why why why do these ipad synth people keep making monosynths? it just screams laziness to me… “hi, i drive a supercharged 1969 Ford Mustang, but i never go out of first gear…”

    make it an OPTION to go into mono mode. like most polysynths have since they were invented.

  3. Hank, it’s nothing to do with lazy and all to do with CPU. E.g. 4 voice polyphony requires 4 times the cpu power of the monophonic version. Looks like this synth has a few things going on, so it probably was a conscious trade-off.

    1. The demo doesn’t do it justice. I’d use this over some of the more complex synths just because it’s more direct and more fun.

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