Propellerhead Thor now on iPad
The famous Propellerhead virtual synth is now available on the iPad under the name of Thor Polysonic Synthesizer.
Available for the iPad with iOS 5.1 and later, Thor offers three windows, Keyboard, Knobs and Routing. The first window features a virtual keyboard with transpose, modulation and pitch bend wheels, an assistant for choosing key and scale, a Strum function to play arpeggios, performance controls, aftertouch and polyphony and portamento controls.
The Knob window gives you access to the synthesis parameters, with three oscillator slots for the 6 OSC types (analog, wavetable, FM pair, PhaseMod, Multi OSC and Noise), three filter slots for the 4 filter types (Ladder low-pass, variable state, comb and formant), three envelopes, two LFOs, delay and chorus. A mini keyboard is also available and the modular interface allows for expanding and collapsing the control panels.
Last, you'll find a Routing matrix for complex modulation setups, a 16-step sequencer and 6 channels (note, velocity, gate length, step duration, curve 1 and curve 2).
Thor on iPad includes more than 1000 patches and you can create new ones, all of them being compatible with Thor in Reason (transfer via iTunes or Dropbox). It also features a MIDI input and the app is compatible with Audiobus and supports background audio playing.
Thor on iPad (v2 and later) is available for $14.99 at the AppStore.
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