IK Syn­tronik comes to iPad

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Now on iPad, this sam­ple-based app fea­tures 17 synths that, col­lec­tively, em­u­late 37 iconic and rare in­stru­ments, in­clud­ing mod­els from Moog, ARP, Roland, Yamaha and Ober­heim.

In ad­di­tion to a set of care­fully cap­tured mul­ti­sam­ples, Syn­tronik fea­tures IK’s Drift tech­nol­ogy, which em­u­lates the be­hav­iour of ana­logue os­cil­la­tors. There’s a modelled fil­ter sec­tion with seven types, each of which can be used within any synth.

36 ef­fects can be in­serted in a lunch­box-style in­ter­face, and you can cre­ate four-part lay­ered Multi setup – 200 of th­ese come ready-stacked.

A free ver­sion of Syn­tronik can be had from the App Store, com­ing with 25 sounds from across the 17 synths; Syn­tronik Full can be had as an in-app pur­chase (cur­rently £38.99); In­di­vid­ual synths are priced at £9.99/$9.99 each.

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