The Phase84 synth for iPad is out
After months of teasing, The Retronyms finally released on the AppStore their Phase84 virtual synthesizer for the iPad.
Phase84 is an adaptation of Digits, another virtual synth inspired by the Casio CZ instruments from the 80s, but this one was for PC.
- Phase distortion synth inspired by the Casio CZ series
- Perform mode with Groove Gate
- Precision Knob mode for parameter fine tuning
- Oscillator section with 2 general purpose oscillators, 1 format oscillator and 9 parameters
- Mixer with 8 parameters, including delay amount and impulse width
- Amplitude and Shaper enveloper with ADSR and special Fade parameter
- Stereo delay and overdriven analog-style filter
- 3 LFOs with 4 waveforms, optional delay and repeat, can enter the audible frequency range
- Advanced keyboard section
- MIDI support
- Inter-app audio support
- Tabletop ready
Phase84 is available at the AppStore for 11,99 € / $12.99.
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