FingerLab Mynth is a new AUv3 Synthesizer for iOS/macOS from the developers of the DM1 drum machine with drawable oscillators & LFOs
The developers of the beloved DM1 Drum Machine for iOS are back with a new app. Mynth is a new 8-voice polyphonic Synthesizer with a lot of functionality.
Unusually deep for a Fingerlab app. The developers are known for very simple apps paired with very appealing user interfaces.
Mynth is FingerLab’s deepest Synthesizer to date. It features 3 oscillators with classic but also drawable waveforms. Each oscillator has controls for volume, pitch, and up to 6 octaves. The ability to draw custom waveforms makes the synth very flexible. Then, you get two dynamic filters with a wide range of filter types including Moog Ladder, Korg Lowpass, resonant, and string resonator. A lot can be achieved here, from simple filtering to complex effects. Further, you get 3 effects including tube amp, delay, and a reverb.
The modulation side is huge. Four LFOs, up to six envelopes where you get one envelope for all 3 VCOs, one for both filters, and for each LFO an A/D envelope. Plus, you can draw your own waveforms for the LFOs. A lot of possibilities that you get here. Also onboard is an arpeggiator and a live recording module. Mynth has all the connection options that you would expect from an iOS Synthesizer from 2021: full MIDI, AudioBus, IAA, and AUv3 support. The synth ships with 96 factory presets with which you can explore the sound palette of it.
Nice, the app also runs as a Synthesizer on macOS Catalina non-M1 Macs. As always with FingerLabs, Mynth is a free download with 12 presets. However, this is limited in the features. If you want all features like the effects, all LFOs, presets … you need to upgrade the app via an in-app purchase
A surprisingly deep app from FingerLab. The feature set looks very solid and the interface looks lovely and intuitive.
FingerLab Mynth is available now as a free download from the Apple App Store. You can unlock the full version for $4.99 USD. It runs on iPad, iPhone, and macOS 10.15+ (Intel & M1) as an AUv3.
More information here: FingerLab