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A simple analog clock presented in the vertical with included travel clocks for those daring travelers wishing to connect to a familiar time zone. Landscape is supported as well.
If you like the default clockface, you’re all set. You can swipe up and down on the right side of the screen to adjust the application brightness. Want a new watch face? Tap the Analog III logo to bring up the watch face picker.
Would you like to add the clockface of another location (travel clock)? Tap the main clockface center to open options. Swipe to pick a location. Tap outside to select. Use the new back button while editing to navigate to the first option. While on the first option, tap outside to remove any world clock
unique for ipad — analog synth
“Unique sounds like syrup with dirt kicked into it. If Bootsy Collins, Roger Troutman and Daft Punk would have met up in Studio 54 to create a soft-synth, for sure something like Unique would have come out of it…” Sound & Recording Mag
Unique was made for fun and vibes: Analogue sound, intense modulation and a killer set of features, delivering an amazing sonic spectrum that’s full of character: Classy sounds, powerful, warm… sometimes gritty.
Each of the 2 oscillators offers a selection of 5 waveforms: sawtooth and pulse waves are here, along with noise, triple saw and triple FM waves. There’s also an additional sub-oscillator strapped into the master section for added oomph.
The internal controllers will bring in the dynamics: an LFO and an envelope, there’s a recordable XY field & a sequencer. Use these to modulate any knob – a simple long tap will do.
The sound springs to life when it hits the filter section. Needless to say, analogue high-pass, low-pass and band-pass varieties are in place, along with a comb filter.
Standards aside, the actual intention behind this project, the Vowel Filter, also became its outstanding feature: string together two or four vowel formants and play them back in a multitude of ways.
Once you’ve built your sound, there’s tons of sound polish in two chained multi-effect units.
• Sawtooth, Triple Saw, Pulse, Triple FM, Noise with tonal Filter, Sub Sine
• 5 Filters with 5 Modulators each
• Duophone Arpeggiator
• Vowel Filter
• Two Effect Sections
• Ableton Link Kit
• MIDI Learn & Host Automation
• 300 groovy presets by various artists