Yuri Turov has released Shoom, a triple-synth playground for iPad.
Shoom includes three identical synthesizers and is capable of playing any pitch in the audible range. It supports scales from common 12-tone equal tempered to xenharmonic and microtonal, as well as free playing. Notes can be played normally or set to infinite sustain via a dedicated toggle.
- Three independent synthesizers.
- 20–20,000 Hz pitch range.
- Slide freely or snap notes to scale with adjustable glide rate.
- Set notes to infinite hold via a dedicated toggle.
- Microtonal and non-octave repeating scales support.
- MIDI CC control and clock sync.
- Inter-App Audio, Audiobus 2 support.
- 60+ bundled presets.
- Import and export of presets and CC maps.
Synthesizer engine features:
- Adjustable polyphony, up to 30 voices.
- Two oscillators with 4 waveforms and PWM, and one noise generator.
- Oscillator FM cross-modulation.
- 4 pole (24 dB/octave) resonant low pass filter with overdrive and pitch tracking.
- 2 variable slope ADSR envelopes for amplitude and filter cutoff.
- 2 LFOs with 9 waveforms, up to 3 out of 12 simultaneously assignable parameters, trigger and global running modes, fade-in and phase controls.
- Y axis position as modulation source with up to 3 of 15 simultaneously assignable parameters.
- Note pan randomizer.
- Built-in stereo delay and reverb effects.
Price: $5.99 (introductory) in the App Store.