The best-known NES/Commodore 64 inspired iOS Synthesizer: SquareSynth 2 – 8Bit is back in a second version with AUv3 support & more!
SquareSynth 1 never had a modern interface, but was loved by the iOS community. But honestly, what do you expect from an 8bit Synthesizer, a modern GUI? No, rather retro and lo-fi. Now SquareSynth 2 is released, is capable of AUv3 and includes some new features. Unfortunately it doesn’t exist an iPad version but very cool to see it now as AUv3 version.
SquareSynth is a hybrid analog/8bit style Synthesizer. It takes features from the NES console, and the Commodore 64 personal computer. It is a versatile, pro-quality chiptune music maker. Easily integrates with Audio Unit (AUv3) hosts to create a complete song writing solution. If you would like to experiment with Lo-Fi sounds and textures with modern features, look no farther.
- Audiobus support.
- Audio Unit Version 3 support.
- 8 multitimbral channels (5 voices each), accessible via MIDI.
- Each oscillator contains 4 waveforms (Pulse, 4-bit Triangle, Short Noise, Long Noise).
- Classic 8bit arcade video game sounds (bloop-blorp).
- Multi-mode Filter.
- Looping sound recorder, with .wav file sharing.
Video Of SquareSynth1
SquareSynth2 is available now for iPhone (iOS) for $4.99 USD from the Apple App Store.
More information here: SquareSynth2