Flynth is the new versatile and intuitive synthesizer by Fingerlab, designed for musicality and easy use.
From Lead to Bass through Organs or Pads, Flynth has a large sound range and can do pretty lot.
Browse all its factory presets to get a preview of all its sonic capabilities.
If you prefer, just tweak the knobs and combine parameters to create brand new sounds, possibilities are endless.
Also you can use your favorite keyboard with MIDI, or control Flynth using your favorite sequencer.
Finally, turn on the Arpeggiator, add some FXs, and your are ready to record a track using the build-in live recording module.
Flynth is an universal purchases, meaning once you bought it, you got it for iPhone, iPad and Mac.
In Flynth free version, you will get only 12 factory presets and some features are locked (see * in features list).
Get the « Full Version » IAP to get all the factory presets and all features unlocked.
• 6-voice polyphony
• 6 octaves
• 3 Oscillators (Sine/Triangle/Square/Sawtooth + Pulse Width + Sub)
• ADSR Envelope editor
• Low-pass Filter (MoogLadder) with ADSR envelope editor
• 2 configurable LFOs
• 80 Factory presets*
• Build-in Arpeggiator*
• 3 FXs (Distortion, Delay, reverb)*
• Live recording + export*
• Full Midi support
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We hope you’ll enjoy!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great but do I need another synth app?
It would be great to see Fingerlab create a bigger app combining features of their excellent smaller apps such as Mellowsound, Musyc, Playset, SK-51 and this one. I won’t mention DM1 because it’s already pretty big, but even an app such as DM1 could use a built in synthesizer.
Do I need another synth app even though it’s beautifully designed, easy to use, has great LFO implementation and sounds good? Maybe, and it’s fun to use it but would like it better as a part of a more complete, bigger app.
One thing that seems to be missing in the free version I’m testing and I’m not sure if the full version improves on that, is the lack of control of keyboard behavior. I’m talking about settings such as portamento, legato, unison, polyphony, etc.
On another note: when clicking on developer’s name in the App Store we can see all other apps created by them but NOT the Flynth. Strange.
Simple and versatile
The oscillator and filters offer a unique and pleasant timbre that would pair well with a variety of instruments. Easy to create a good sound, hard to come up with a bad sound. The interface may be too simple if you're looking for something complex, but it's great for beginners. Flynth would be great for when you're jamming with a variety of people, and a non synth wizard asks to play a synth. It doesn't turn every track into an EDM, synthwave, or science fiction soundtrack, a common challenge that you may have encountered if you've ever tried to jam with a guitarist or pianist.
Nice synth with some pretty decent sounds , fun to mess with.
See what you can come with.
- Fingerlab SARL
- 3.5 MB
macOS 10.15 or later. Requires iOS 12.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Fingerlab
- In-App Purchases
- Full Version $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.