Introducing Mitosynth

June 26, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized 

A new hybrid additive/wavetable synth for iOS.
From Wooji Juice, creators of Sylo Synth and Grain Science.

For more information, check out: http://www.wooji-juice.com/products/m…

Or look it up on the App Store at: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id864041…

At the heart of Mitosynth is the Wavechamber. This is like a big vat where you pour in audio and mix it up. You can feed into it from the on-board additive synthesiser, you can record new samples right within Mitosynth, use any of the waveforms supplied with the app, or import your own from other apps using standard tools like AudioShare and AudioPaste.

You can also use the prefilter, which syphons off sound from the Wavechamber, applies an effect to it, then pours it back in for further mixing. In total a patch can have 32 pieces of audio in the Wavechamber. Each one can be mono or stereo, single-shot or looped.

Each voice has its own Wavechamber — the audio in the chamber is the same for all, but the blending can be different for each one. The results are then modulated (again, per voice) with your choice of modulation mode, and only then are the voices mixed together and sent through the subtractive-style, programmable global FX chain.

The FX chain lets you install the effects you want (multiple times, if you like) in any order. Just tap “add fx” and pick one out. Simple! The chain ends with a high-quality reverb unit for giving your audio that sense of vast space (of course, you can bypass it if that’s not your thing).

This is a powerful audio engine that you can easily tailor to your needs. But it’s only one half of the picture.

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