Back in 2008 when the App Store was very young, Yonac released miniSynth, the very first iOS synthesizer.
Now Yonac has updated the soft synth, releasing miniSynth 2. It’s been updatedÂ with Audiobus output, audio copy/paste, SoundCloud support and MIDI In port for playing miniSynth with an external controller or a virtual-MIDI app.
The video explores one of the more unique features of Magellan – the twin independent polyphonic synth engines. It covers: loading presets, foregrounding a synth, adjusting parameters, synth coupling, and other advanced settings.
Magellan is available now in the App Store for $4.99.
If you’ve tried out Magellan – let us know what you think of it!
The OP-1 didn’t quite make our best of NAMM list, mainly because the expected $700 price tag puts it into the price range of instruments that offer more serious traditional playability. The OP-1 was still one of the highlights of the show, though.
Teenage Engineering is trying to get their costs down, though. If they’re successful, this could be wildly popular.