Oberheim OB-X For iPad

SAS-5A Virtual Analog Synth For iPad

The Oberheim OB-X was a killer analogue synth. You’re lucky to find one these days because most folks don’t want to let them go. Now you can have a virtual version for your iPad. Looks a lot like one but does it sound like one? Let us know.

SAS-5A for iPad is an application that simulates an analog synthesizer. Now supports CoreMIDI

Virtual Analog Synth For iPad

-Polyphonic ( iPad : 4-5 voice / iPad2 : 4-6 voice )
-Totally Programmable with Storage for 32 Programs x 3 Banks
-Four Octave Keyboard
-Two Oscillator per Voice
-Two ADSR Envelope Generator per Voice
-24dB/octave Low Pass Filter
-Noise Generator / Sample and Hold
-Auto Arpeggio
-Digital Delay

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