TANSU Synth tutorials
Patch Tips version of iOS apps analog synthesizer “TANSU Synth” tutorial.
TANSU Synth is the miniature analog modular synthesizer.
The app in the video is under development version.
Next version up: be a universal app (iPhone / iPad)
The iOS application – which is named “TANSU (dresser)”, is a miniature
version of a Modular Analog Synthesizer. This synthesizer is the same as the
one used and mastered by Hideki Matsutake of LOGIC SYSTEM.
The sounds that were sampled and used for the VCO (Voltage Controlled
Oscillator) come directly from the actual “TANSU” owned by Hideki Matsutake
In addition, it also contains many original LOGIC SYSTEM recordings. The
application condenses the fun, experience and sound of an actual modular
synthesizer onto the small screen of an iPhone!!
What will the sound be like when using the application? This application is
focused on providing the user with the feeling and excitement of using the
actual synthesizer for which it is based.
Not only for a techno fan, but for any music lover!! Feel what it is like to
create your own music!!
Try this application to experience the “the birth of sound and music.”
The main functions
Sound effects such as Shepard Tone and rhythms from music by LOGIC SYSTEM
have been made directly into the sound source.
You can use your iPhones own music library as a sound source. (However,
certain tracks which are covered under DRM may not be used).
You can use sounds which have been recorded with microphone.
You can explore the potential of the TANSU Synth from various demo patterns.
Moreover, it can be utilized as a tutorial for beginners.
■VCO (Voltage Controlled Oscillator), VCF (Voltage Controlled Filter), VCA
(Voltage Controlled Amplifier), LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator), EG (Envelope
Enhance the basic functionality of an analog synthesizer. (Various sound
processing is possible.)
■It has an 2 channel 8 step analog sequencer and convertible 1 channel 16 step sequencer!
■You can enjoy connecting and reconnecting the patch cord to creat sounds
just as with a real synthesizer.
■Three sound sources can be mixed by a three-channel mixer!