Virtual ANS on iOS now available
Alexander Zolotov released on the AppStore the iOS version of its Virtual ANS synthesizer.
First launched on Mac, PC and Android (see this news), Virtual ANS can now be used on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Virtual ANS is a simulation of a very rare soviet photoelectric spectral synthesizer.
The iOS version includes a VA sound engine, an unlimited number of sound generators, a sonogram editor (you can edit the spectrum), a MIDI input and you can convert images into sounds and vice versa.
The app is compatible with Jack and Audiobus and supports the WiFi and iTunes import/export.
Virtual ANS for iOS is available for $5.99 / 5.49€ on the AppStore. Mac and PC versions are free.
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