Hardware controller specialists Nektar turn their attention to software with the versatile and capable Bolt synthesizer.
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Arturia built their reputation on software recreations of classic synths, now they're back with one of their own.
FXpansion's new soft synth boasts sensational sound and an almost unhealthy level of modulation.
If you're Eurorack curious but short on space or cash — or simply allergic to 3.5mm patch cables — Softube's Modular might be for you.
Audio Damage’s latest plug-in instrument gives an accessible but versatile take on granular synthesis.
Waverazor offers an aggressive take on waveshaping synthesis and some seriously deep editing.
Rob Papen’s latest synth keeps things simple with single-page operation, but doesn’t compromise on sound.
A collaboration with a renowned composer and electronic music pioneer launches Spitfire Audio into outer space.
The Model D app is based upon the 2016 Minimoog Model D — the one with the dedicated LFO and additional modulation routings — rather than the original Minimoog...
This synth app is aimed at drum synthesis and, if the App Store blurb is to be believed, also features a dollop of artificial intelligence.
Phosphor 2 is Audio Damages' first of their desktop virtual instruments to be ported to iOS, bringing with it exactly the same features as the desktop version.
Kauldron is most certainly up there in terms of analogue sonics and with its combination of features and competitive pricing, should prove attractive to many.
Wolfgang Palm is undoubtedly a bit of a synth super-hero to many. He was the man behind wavetable synthesis back in the 1970s...
Korg's latest soft synth is an iOS version of the Mono/Poly, which appears to be so similar to previous versions that it can swap patches with them...
With Apple’s AU plug-in format for iOS finally beginning to gain some serious ground, I reviewed the excellent...
When it comes to virtual effects and instruments, Sugar Bytes don’t really do ‘normal’. Even Unique, on the surface a pretty conventional-looking software synth, manages to pack in a twist or two...
ROTOR is the latest release by Barcelona-based Reactable Systems, and brings another slice of their attention-grabbing virtual modular synth to a wider audience.
If you are a fan of iOS synths that allow you to get your programming hands dirty, then Layr is going to be of considerable interest.
With Apple’s AU plug-in format for iOS finally beginning to gain some traction, we check out Bram Bos's
latest ‘this is not a 303’ offering...