But yesterday realized that there is another modular synth for Android. Which is exciting.
Just downloaded the basic version yesterday night and it is midi compatible and I now have a hardware sequencer to play with I do have curiosity to what it has to offer.
Yes I said in the title that there is four modulars and to remember Caustic (with its classical modular setup),Jasuto and SunVox. Even though SunVox is not modular in the sense that you can build from smaller components.
Play Store info:
ModSynth allows the creation of many different kinds of music synthesizers. Connect any number of oscillators, filters, delays and other synthesizer modules in a graphical flow editor. Then, adjust the settings of each module while playing the instrument to get a desired sound. Save as many instruments or variants of an instrument as you'd like. Eight built-in instruments are provided to help you get started.
The free version is ad supported and contains the following modules:
- Keyboard to receive the notes as they are played (via the onscreen keyboard or a MIDI keyboard)
- Pad to control two dimensions of sound, such as pitch and volume, for theremin-like control
- Oscillator to generate different "raw" tones
- Filter to shape the overtones of the sound
- Envelope for describe how a value (such as overtones or volume) change over time
- Mixer to mix two sounds together
- Amp for change the amplitude of the sound
- Delay for delays and echo effects,
- Output to hear (and see!) the sound
In-app purchase the full version (for $4.99 US) to remove ads, unlock advanced capabilities, and access additional synthesizer modules:
- MultiOsc for smooth chorus sounds,
- Operator for building FM synthesis,
- PCM for sampled sounds,
- Sequencer for adding loops,
- Reverb for simulating room acoustics.
ModSynth has USB MIDI support for external MIDI keyboards. It has low latency on devices supporting Android low latency (such as Nexus). All oscillators are anti-aliased, providing low distortion at higher frequencies.
A guide to using ModSynth can be found at http://gallantrealm.weebly.com/modsynth.html.
If you don't see a capability you'd like, comment! There's a good chance it can be added!