synthicity itself is simplicity itself.
simply start it up and put your fingers on it.
it will immediately start playing.
move your fingers around, the sounds will change pitch and timbre.
there is a simple menu accessed simply by touching the bottom bar.
with it you can change some characteristics of the synthetic voices.
you can clamp the frequencies to a small number of scales.
you can change the starting pitch and number of octaves.
you can change the attack rate.
you can change the decay rate.
you can change how fast the synthesizer follows your fingers.
you can add a little delay effect.
you can change the timbre a little.
you can change the number of simultaneous voices.
you can make it quieter.
were i to add more, it wouldn't be simple any more, would it be?
synthicity itself is fully supported on the iPad in all orientations and on the iphone.
synthicity itself. it's so synthle.
from the developer behind the complicated Tondo, Droneo, SrutiBox, Ellipsynth and the simple Minute, Enumero, Wind Chimes, Banshee, Yes Session, and Lake Piano.
New volume slider! (landscape mode only on iPhone)
polyphony goes to 128!
Various longstanding render bugs fixed!
Otherwise, it's still the same old synthicity!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Having a blast with it.
Am having a blast playing with it and now my commutes have a new aural aspect to them. Instead of listening to others music or NPR podcasts I can make polyphonic soundscapes, while riding the bus or train...very cool! Also, ran it through a Digitech™ Whammy guitar pedal for some monster pitch bends....suh-weet.
Sythnicity is like no other
A very musically advanced and fun instrument! The new tones are great and very usable, whether in recording or instantly expressive play.
Lowengard apps are some of the coolest in the store. Dig?
Intuitive, meditative and flexible.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.