Addictive Synth Updated, Gets MIDI Mobilizer Support

Addictive Synth

VirSyn has updated Addictive Synth – a wavetable synth for the iPad.

Here’s what’s new in Addictive Synth 1.1.0:

  • MIDI mobilizer
  • Many new scales, scale base note added
  • New keyboard for scale optimized playing
  • On-screen keyboard now velocity sensitive
  • Many bugfixes


  • Dynamic wavetable synthesizer
    • Six dynamic wavetable oscillators per voice, up to 48 total.
    • Continous morphing between two oscillator sets.
    • Realtime editing of up to 128 partials (overtones).
    • Realtime editing of filter structure to create arbitrary body resonances.
    • Extensive modulation possibilities using up to 4 LFOs and 4 Envelopes.
    • Control matrix allows real time control of five parameters using the X/Y touch pad, the modulation wheel and the tilt sensors of the iPad.
    • Monophonic or polyphonic with 8 voices.
    • 128 factory presets, unlimited user presets can be shared.
    • Up to three effects concurrently usable selected from: equalizer, phaser, flanger, chorus and stereo/cross delay.
  • Live
    • Play melodies live with the onscreen keyboard. Drag fingers for slides and vibrato.
    • With the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit you can use a CoreMIDI compatible MIDI Keyboard to control Addictive Synth.
  • Full featured programmable Arpeggiator
    • Uses programmable sequences with up to 32 steps.
    • Can trigger single notes and chords.
    • Unique randomizer generates Arpeggios with 100% usability.
    • 32 Arpeggios included, unlimited useer arpeggios possible.
    • For each step you can program tie, accent, transposition and note order
  • Global
    • Export loops as audio and midi files.
    • Audio pasteboard for exchange with other Apps
    • Exchange user presets with File Sharing in iTunes.

VirSyn Addictive Synth is $9.99 in the App Store

4 thoughts on “Addictive Synth Updated, Gets MIDI Mobilizer Support

  1. These guys will get on board – remember that it’s only been a month since developers really started collaborating on virtual CoreMIDI.

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