Mode Machines OBZT free on the iPad
Mode Machines released on the Apple Appstore a new free bass synth for the iPad called OBZT.
OBZT (pronounce “Obesity”) is a ROMpler with crunch bass sounds designed for extreme bass fans for drum n’ bass and dubstep productions.
The instruments offers resonance, cutoff and portamento knobs, you can also control the LFO depth and speed and a bit crusher is included.
OBZT is available for the iPad, you can download it for free from the AppStore.
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