The zMors iPad synth becomes modular
Mobile Only has launched a modular edition of its zMors synth app for the iPad.
you use it in a hardware setup, you can output up to 8 audio or CV channels to your synths.
The module list includes oscillator, multimode filter, wavetable, ADSR, Slew, VCA, DSP, Combiner, oscilloscope, chords, CV sequencer, step sequencer, MIDI keyboard, XY pad, delay, reverb and macro for complex setups. Mathematical operators are also available for the phase, polarity, quantization, over/undersampling, DC correction and more. The app also supports MIDI input and inter-app audio.
zMors Modular is available at the AppStore for 8.99€ / $9.99. It requires an iPad with iOS 7 and later.
The non modular version of zMors is still available for the same price (8.99€ / $9.99). The synth employs 8 vector-based oscillators with touch edit, 4 beat or tone syncable LFOs, 4 multimode filters, reverb and delay effects, a modulation matrix, a sequencer with automation, MIDI, Clock and MMC inputs and the app is compatible with Audiobus and inter-app audio.
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