FongPhone 4+

andrew allred

Designed for iPad

    • 3.8 • 6 Ratings
    • Free



FongPhone brings the power and chaos of classic analog synthesis to your iPhone or iPad in digital form. Two Fong controls combined with a variety of voices and effects will have you sounding like a 70s psychedelic synth guru in no time.

- Easy to play, expressive Fong controls with a variety of sounds
- Classic effects, including resonant filters, delay, portamento and more
- Ability to save states for later use or for real time control
- Looping tools, including unpredictable or static Chunky modes to give your play a different feel
- Mapped or free modes allow you to play Fongs either within musical scales or in a freeform range allowing maximum expressiveness

Tutorial now online!

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Bug fixes for state save, looping and various performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

rvm4 ,

Interesting, but…

There’s a lot to unpack here with the different modes. It would be cool to be able to save out as an audio file or open as an AU in GarageBand (or similar) - seems the logical place for this. As is, it’s a fun noise toy.

One huge caveat: I couldn’t figure out why it worked fine on my iPad but I got no sound on my iPhone. Turns out, the audio is routed through the ringer and I had that switched to silent. The audio should route through the same path as other instruments like synth apps.

rcon303 ,

nice looping drones

fun to play.i like being able to save loops.sounds great!! an excellent synth with usable drones..

Kurt52 ,

Great toy, worthless for music production

I love the interface and simplicity. But that’s it. This is a toy. No way to get it into AUM or Audiobus. Can record with AudioShare with the iPad internal mic it you don’t mind also recording everything else in the room. That said time to remove it from my iPad.

App Privacy

The developer, andrew allred, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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