New iPad Software Synth, Scythe

Scythe is a new wavetable synthesizer for iPad that lets you import your own sounds (using iTunes file sharing and AudioPaste) and use them for wavetable synthesis.

Features:

  • High quality wavetable synthesis
  • Inter-App-Audio for connecting straight to Logic Pro X/Ableton or other apps
  • Modulation control of all oscillator parameters
  • Global tempo control for syncing LFOs to note duration
  • Record, playback and export audio
  • Library wavetables and presets
  • Max waves = 48 = 3 voices * 2 oscillators * 8 unison
  • Dark and Light modes

No audio or video demos are available yet at the developer’s site

Pricing and Availability

Scythe is available now for US $17.99.

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

10 thoughts on “New iPad Software Synth, Scythe

  1. Not sure about buying it yet but visually it looks amazing to my eyes. Haven’t really heard it yet though.. Isn’t there already another synth called Skythe on IOS?

    1. Yes, but it got pulled off because of this new Scythe :(. The closest things we have to the old Scythe are WaveMapper and iPulsaret.

  2. Thanks for the video demo. This sounds to be right up my alley.

    Considering buying it. I hope it works on an iPad air.

  3. I almost wrote this off due to some of the less favorable comments about this dev. But he kind of explained what was going back with Mutate and after listening to the PantsofDeath demo, I’m leaning towards giving it a chance. Dig the sound for sure and the interface looks very approachable. Looks like the price came down slightly too. Might have to bite on this one.

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