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VirSyn releases microTERA Waveshaping Synthesizer for iPad

VirSyn has announced the release of microTERA Waveshaping Synthesizer for iPad.

Waveshaping Synthesis is a type of distortion synthesis that can create dynamic spectra in a controlled way. In waveshaping, it is possible to change the spectrum with the amplitude of the sound. A simple example of this method is the clipping caused by overdriving an audio amplifier.

The waveshaper is the core of microTERA's synthesis engine. It works as a distortion unit that takes up to three sine waves as input and delivers an arbitrary spectrum as output.

Features:

  • Waveshaping Synthesizer:
    • Wavehaper with user programmable shape.
    • Spectral shape specification.
    • Three sine oscillators.
    • Feedback input for noise components.
    • 4 Low frequency oscillators.
    • 4 Envelopes with tempo sync.
    • 64 time/level segments per envelope.
    • Monophonic or polyphonic with 16 voices.
    • More than 160 factory presets, unlimited user presets can be shared.
  • FX:
    • Chorus with four delay lines.
    • 8 pole Analog Phaser.
    • Distortion effect with Tube/Tape emulation.
    • Stereo Echo/Delay effect.
    • Hi end reverberation unit.
  • Live:
    • Play melodies live with the onscreen keyboard. Drag fingers for slides and vibrato.
    • Optionally use CoreMIDI* compatible hardware keyboard.
    • Dozens of scales selectable.
    • Variable Keyboard layout for scale optimized playing.
    • Full featured programmable Arpeggiator.
    • Uses programmable sequences with up to 32 steps.
    • Can trigger single notes and chords.
    • Unique randomizer generates Arpeggios with 100% usability.
    • 32 Arpeggios included, unlimited user arpeggios possible.
    • For each step you can program tie, accent, transposition and note order.
  • Global:
    • Audiobus compatible (Input slot).
    • Inter App Audio.
    • Audio pasteboard. Copy audio recordings to Clipboard for use with other Apps (e.g. Intua BeatMaker and many others).
    • Exchange user presets with File Sharing in iTunes.
    • Support for virtual MIDI input connections.
    • Publish loops and recordings online with the SoundCloud audio platform.

Price: $9.99 in the App Store.

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