The concept is good and well executed and the sound is mighty fine. The basic idea is that to manipulate and modulate the parameters selected by tilting the device in different ways.
Plus it comes with a sequencer.
Another mobile app that if coming out as hardware would have been mentioned and written about in many a big music sites/magazines.
So just forget all the unnecessary clutter of your device as the phone part and Facefuck and just have Fang synth installed and there you go, a new exciting hardware synthesizer that can do something no hardware synthesizer can do!
The look may seem crude but personally it entices my sensibilities to inspiration as do his other excellent and most brutal drum machine on Android, Dragon.
The new video does not do it full justice sound wise and does not show you that there is a whole lot of deepness to swim in, that can be slightly overwhelming before coming to grips with it.
Not too much though but enough to keep you occupied in sound sculpting and ideas for a loooong time.
Sequence can be changed from any page
Each step of a sequence can be triggered after the piano roll to allow for chord pads
Notes to the arpeggiator will wait for the next step instead of beginning timing at the first note on. Old behavior can be restored with the control named Independent time
Probability functions for pitch
New oscillator wave types
New presets viros, DSLIME, Carnival, sn, further down, wobble, and Hethodic