A Synclavier Synthesizer in your pocket!
Almost every day there are NAMM News although the fair is only at the end of the month. Today, Cameron W. Jones (Synclavier Digital Corporation), one of the co-inventors of the original Synclavier has announced two new iOS apps for iPhone and iPad. The Synclavier Go & Pocket recreates the original Synclavier II FM synthesis on iPad and iPhone. With these apps, you receive a complete Synclavier on your mobile device.
Beside this, he has announced a usb-powered hardware re-creation of the Synclavier knob.
Halifax, Nova Scotia – Synclavier Digital Corporation today announced its participation in the 2019 NAMM show in Anaheim, California, January 24 – 27, 2019. Company founder Cameron W. Jones, one of the co-inventors of the original Synclavier® Digital Audio System, unveiled two new iOS apps plus an authentic re-creation of the Synclavier Knob.
- Synclavier Go! (iPad) and Synclavier Pocket! (iPhone/iPod Touch) iOS Apps
- Apps re-create the original Synclavier® II FM Synthesis on iPad and iPhone
- New business venture by original Synclavier® co-inventor Cameron Jones
The Synclavier® Digital Audio System pioneered the computer music age with its commercial introduction in 1978. The CSynclavier DSP Engine – used by Arturia in its acclaimed Synclavier V product line – faithfully re-creates the FM- and Additive-Synthesis functions of the original instrument. Synclavier Go! (for iPad) and Synclavier Pocket! (for iPhone and iPod Touch) now provide an authentic and intuitive touch-screen interface for the synthesis engine.
The Synclavier Knob is an authentic re-creation of the control knob used in the original Synclavier® instrument. This USB-powered version offers an unparalleled experience for the sound designer and synthesist, especially when compared to traditional mouse-driven computer screen interfaces. Retail pricing for the Synclavier Knob has not been established; interested parties are invited to contact Mr. Jones directly, or to experience the product first-hand at NAMM booth 14004 (in the Software.NAMM exhibit area).
The apps will be released in Apple’s App Store on January 24, 2019.
More information here: Synclavier