Need a quality virtual synth for the iPad? Look no further. Yonac has you covered. Introducing Magellan, which boasts six oscillators, dual filters, a step sequencer, arpeggiators, and more.
This comprehensive synth is capable of producing some great sounds. Effects include: Reverb, Stereo Delay, Phaser, Flanger, Distortion, Chorus, Bitcrusher, and an Expander. Extensive MIDI and exporting capabilities make Magellan extremely accessible.
Playing complex chord progressions on the iPad is not always the easiest task. In many cases it’s nearly impossible. However, the on-board Chord Maker allows you to create chord progressions that can then be triggered with one finger. You can your save progression presets so they can be accessed at a later date as well.
If you’re looking for a new synth to add to your arsenal, then Magellan is definitely worth looking into.
Chordion is a virtual synthesizer for the iPad. What makes it unique is its layout – you can easily play chords with one hand and lead with the other. Being able to trigger chords with one finger makes playing a breeze.
The sounds are decent and there’s also some effects like Delay and Wah. There are some Polyphony and Envelope parameters as well.
Chordion is a cool music-making app, but it’s missing some key features like audio copy/paste. Furthermore, the layout of this app would make it a great MIDI controller – we’d love to see the developers add MIDI-Out capabilities.
For $1.99, it’s hard to say anything bad about this app, but hopefully future updates will bring some welcomed additions.