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Amazing, but...
This is the best synth available for iPad, IMO, but the newest version crashes every time I use the sustain button of my akai mpk mini. Older versions didn't do that.
BadassElectronica on Oct 18, 2011 for Sunrizer synth
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It's da bomb
I was going to buy the Motif, but since I got the sunrizer and USB connected it To my Axiom, I'm good to go. Once I get my iPad 2, I'm gonna designate it to be my drum machine. Ty gray
Ty Gray on Sep 22, 2011 for Sunrizer synth
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Great and getting better
Definitely worth the money. Quality sounds and sound ui, one of the better MIDI implementations, very stable, good patch management, and nice blue color! I wish i could map a cc to more than one parameter and that the ui allowed more precise data entry (e.g. Double tap to enter a number) but no complaints
Senrabad on Sep 22, 2011 for Sunrizer synth
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Great synth
RNTRex on Sep 22, 2011 for Sunrizer synth
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So awesome!
One of the best iOS synths out! The updates to synth reflect beepstreets dedication to this great app and to their users by adding uptodate features that are cutting edge. Thank you for this great sounding, cutting edge synth! I love only having to bring a few iOS devices and a midi controller to gigs now instead of a rack of equipment! You have saved me from some serious back pain from gear hauling!
xopherw on Sep 22, 2011 for Sunrizer synth
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Worth the price
I find this a pleasure to play. Sounds like a Jp and a Nova had a cyber baby.. No new ground in terms of really taking advantage of the interface, but frankly that's welcome. Don't get me wrong, I do enjoy the non traditional interfaces being developed by some others a lot as well. It's just nice to have a well designed synth with a solid sound engine, and the midi learn makes me smile!
Da Shrop on Sep 15, 2011 for Sunrizer synth
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