Way Out Ware’s Jim Heintz demonstrates his recently released multitouch synthesizer for the iPad, SynthX.
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Way Out Ware has introduced SynthX, a new software synthesizer for the iPad.
- Intuitive XY mode automatically makes every touch tuned to the selected scale;
- Grid mode where you explore harmonies in a fun new way;
- Keys mode that provides a standard piano keyboard;
- Large and professionally designed sound library.
- An effects chain including distortion, flanger, delay and limiter are included. Additionally, a separate identical effects chain is provided to process an external signal connected to the iPad’s audio input.
- Ccomprehensive MIDI implementation using CoreMIDI, including MIDI Note send and receive and MIDI Beat Clock LFO sync.
- Record your performances within SynthX
- Sonoma Wireworks AudioCopy support
SynthX was developed by Jim Heintz, who’s behind several well-respected software synths, including TimeWARP 2600.
Jim Heinz of Way Out Ware was at the 2011 NAMM Show and HarmonyCentral caught this quick demo of his new iPad app, SynthX.
Way Out Ware is the company behind several respected software synths, including TimewARP 2600 and KikAXXE, and Heinz has also helped Roger Linn with his AdrenaLinn app.
SynthX is currently in beta, but coming soon.
Check it out and let us know what you think of SynthX!