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Ambio announces first iPhone synthesizer

updated 01:30 pm EDT, Tue August 5, 2008

iPhone synthesizer coming

Ambido has announced that it will be releasing Noise.io by the end of the month. Noise.io will be the first official iPhone/iPod touch synthesizer offered in the App Store. It uses ESFM (Enhanced Subspace Frequency Modulation) synthesis to create all of the various sounds it is capable of producing. A unique multi-touch interface allows users to easily manipulate all aspects of created sounds and the created sounds can then be sequenced for playback and further enriched with various sound effects such as chorus, delay and flanger. Noise.io will also come prepackaged with 81 presets and a editor for modifying and saving them for later projects.

Noise.io is scheduled to be released on August 25th and will cost $7.








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  1. mullum

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    hopefully

    hopefully this is just the start of a whole studio full of virtual gear to come to the iPhone.
    I wonder if Apple (or someone) could do something clever with audio units, like a plugin rack like RAX http://www.audiofile-engineering.com/rax/
    Could be cool, like Guitar Rig, & maybe some wifi based midi control of tracks/plugins in logic ;)

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Ilya Treriakov

    Hello I am one of Noise.io developers.

    If you have any ideas/suggestions, or just looking for additional information on our project, come to our site http://noise.io

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