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SynthMaster One iOS £14.99

SynthMaster was voted best synth of the year by you lot. So how well does the ‘One’ version transfer to iOS asks Andy Jones… (Answer: surprisingly well)


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You love SynthMaster. Yes, you do, as the ‘big’ version of the synth was voted Best Synth Of The Year a couple of years back in our Gear Of The Year Awards, as voted by you. Let me quickly explain the ‘big’ version. Now at v2.9, SynthMaster is the full-on semi-modular featuring 1,700 presets, a huge modulation section, oodles of synthesis types and a fantastic ease of use considering its power. SynthMaster One is a kind of ‘easy’ version, with cut down presets and a more rounded GUI so you can really get your head around what is going on. The all-new SynthMaster One iOS is a straight-up port of that for the iPad and that’s the one I have the pleasure of looking at today. (There are also various Academic versions, bundles, cross-grade offers and suchlike available within and across the different versions but you’re better off visiting KV331 Audio’s website for those, as life – and this review – is too short!).

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