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Nils Schneider releases Heat Synthesizer for Android with full VST integration

Nils Schneider has released Heat Synthesizer for Android, a virtual analogue subtractive synth with full VST integration.


  • Highly optimized realtime sound generation engine with a lot of features even on mobile devices, 3 Oscillators, 2 Filters, 4 Envelopes, FX section and much more.
  • Collaborative Preset Manager.
  • Full VST integration, Android device can be used as a controller while Heat Synthesizer is running as VST compatible plugin (Windows x86/x64).
  • Android Device can send MIDI events to a sequencer.

Sound engine features:

  • Up to 32 Voices.
  • 3 Oscillators per Voice:
    • Saw & Square / Sine & Triangle / Wavetable / MultiSaw Waveforms.
    • Oscillator 1 with optional FM from Oscillator 2.
  • 2 Ring Modulators.
  • Noise Generator.
  • 4 ADSR Envelopes.
  • 3 LFOs:
    • Waveforms: Saw / Square / Sine / Triangle / Sample&Hold with adjustable smoothing.
    • Speed can be optionally synchronized to host VST clock and beat.
    • Speed can be up to 200 Hz.
  • 2 Filters:
    • Low-Pass / Band-Pass / High-Pass types with resonance and self-oscillation.
    • Post-Filter Distortion.
    • Smooth routing adjustment between Serial or Parallel signal flow between both filters.
  • Arpeggiator / Mini Sequencer:
    • 16 steps with free note selection (2 octaves) and adjustable velocity.
    • Play modes up / down / chord / as played.
    • Synchronized to VST host clock.
  • FX:
    • Stereo Delay with VST host synchronization.
    • Chorus.
  • 10 Modulation Slots with a high variety of sources and destinations.
  • Full smoothing of every parameter change.

Price: $4.00. Available as Demo and Pro version in the Google Play Store.

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Discussion: Active


21 February 2013 at 7:23amtezza

Just went and bought this. It's still in BETA but it's very nice out of the box. Tried it on the Galaxy Note 10.1 and the Galaxy Tab 7. Works very well. Hope they accept external MIDI input soon. Didn't appear to work with my MIDI USB adaptor plugged into the MIDI port of my keyboard.

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