Poison-202 Vintage Synthesizer

Poison-202 Vintage Synthesizer

By Dmitrij Pavlov

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2016-09-09
  • Current Version: 2.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 11.59 MB
  • Developer: Dmitrij Pavlov
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 115 Ratings

Description

What reviewers and users say: "This is a very solid virtual synth that, sonically, punches well above its asking price" - musicappblog "Man this sounds good, full of rich goodness from the days of analog yore" - thesoundtestroom "I've not beed this 'exited' about a synth app in a very, very long time" - Samuel Lindeman, experienced iOS musician "Amazing, from vintage to most modern. This synth sounds great. It is going to be top of the list for apps I use at live shows" - App Store review "This is the best $10 I've spent in a long time. I'm actually excited over what I will be able to do with Poison 202!" - App Store review "This is the best synth. Better than any soft synth or even hardware" - App Store review -------- Poison-202 is a professional Vintage Midi Synthesizer. Made by musicians for musicians, it is inspired by famous classic hardware synthesizers of 80's and 90's and has all the main sound creation blocks you can imagine: oscillators, cutoff Filters, ADSR-envelopes, ring, cross modulation, LFOs, sync, super-saw oscillator and more! Unlike many other software synthesizers at the market, which can reproduce only limited family of sounds, Poison-202 is designed to be able to reproduce almost any classic synthesizer timbre! Check out the Presets Demo video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egQN1MRTjKs The library of 420 built-in factory presets includes famous patches that can be heard in the compositions of such electronic and rave scene music performers as The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, Azzido Da Bass, Darude, Kraftwerk, Daft Punk and many others! You can play it with your fingers on iPhone / iPad, or you can plug-in your favorite USB MIDI keyboard into your device using Apple's Lightning to USB Camera Adapter and turn Poison-202 into a real synthesizer module! Features: • Audio Unit Extension (AUv3) support • Audiobus support • Inter-App Audio support • Virtual Midi support • can work either as standalone synth app, or as plug-in inside Cubasis, Garage Band, AUM, ModStep and other hosts • 2 oscillators, 5 waveforms: Saw, Pulse (with adjustable Pulse Width), Sine, Triangle and Super-Saw • one Super Saw oscillator generates 7 individual saw oscillators at the same time, with adjustable Mix and Detune parameters, reproducing famous classic analog strings and hoover sounds • additional sub oscillator + noise generator • 2 TVF (time variant filter) modules with Cutoff, Resonance, Keyboard tracking and ADSR envelope, 12 dB/octave • 2 TVA (time variant amplifier) modules with ADSR envelope • It is possible to pair two 12 dB filters to get one 24 dB/oct filter • Pitch envelope (Attack/Decay) for each oscillator • Ring, Sync, PW, XFM oscillator modulation • 2 LFO modulation sources with Frequency and Fade-In parameters • LFO's and Delay tempo sync • LFO cross-modulation • 6 waveforms of LFO: Triangle, Sine, Saw, Square, Trapezoid and Random (S&H) • 4 LFO modulation destinations: Pitch, Filter, Amplifier and PWM • 3-band EQ for each patch • Digital realtime effects: Distortion, Bit-Crusher, Chorus, Flanger, Delay, Panning Delay and Reverb with adjustable parameters • Master brickwall Limiter (can be switched on/off) • Two signal flow connection structures: Parallel and Series • Portamento, Solo playing mode with Legato switch • Pitch Wheel with adjustable pitch bend range • Modulation Wheel with assignable controls • Arpeggiator with 6 modes and 12 rhythm patterns with tempo and swing feel control • Scale play mode when playing onscreen keyboard with over 40 different scales to select from • Voice polyphony up to 24 (device dependent) • Up to 300 user presets to store • Import/Export user preset banks via iTunes File Sharing • Scalable and movable onscreen keyboard with key velocity control and Hold button • Show Oscillogram feature • Midi Learn feature • Arabic quarter-tone microtuning option Minimum requirements: • iPhone 4S and up • iPad 2 and up Poison-202 support page: https://www.jimaudio.pro

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Reviews

  • Loving this synth app❣

    5
    By Eriptron
    Update: This is still my ‘go-to’ synth for ‘monster’ sound much like my Roland JD-Xi is for my hardware synths. ——— This is the update I have been hoping for! 6-STARS❣️ ------ First impressions: This is the best $10 I've spent in a long time. IMHO the 150 quality presets makes this synth app worth the price. Thick sound, thin sound, angelic sound, rip your heart out sound! Ragged, crushed sound…et cetera! I'm actually excited over what I will be able to do with Poison 202! Not been this excited since Moog Music released their game changing Model 15 Modular synth app! ❤️ A19 Sine Lead is one of the purest, prettiest sounding sine waves I've ever heard…and I 'never' get excited over a sine wave. Love the option for the 'display wide' oscilloscope. Facilitates learning sound physics and waveform to sound relationships. Seeing the additive effect of combining various notes is excellent for seeing the affect on the output waveform. Good, really noticeable, key velocity response! 💀 Needs IAA menu bar. Upper right corner is perfect place for it. Needs note hold or key latch to free hands for tweaking! In addition to stepping through wave forms, it would facilitate live performance to also be able to directly select wave form by touching the desired one too. Putting app in background frequently loses NanoKey 2 USB keyboard but most of the time reconnecting keyboard fixes it. On occasion it does require restarting iOS (May be iOS 9.3.5 bug though.)
  • Absolutely amazing enough said

    5
    By Mr immaculant
    👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿
  • Awesome

    5
    By hkollins
    Very nice synth
  • Must have synth.

    5
    By glennarbor
    Absolutely fantastic. You need to own this one if your halfway series about iOS music production.
  • Great sounds, easy to tweak

    5
    By Stealthee
    I didn't think I needed yet another subtractive synth, but this one won me over. Lots of great presets, and the ability to run them as embedded Audio Units are worth the price of admission alone. What appears to be a simple subtractive synth interface hides a lot of power under the hood. A lot of variety and unique sounds are possible, with twin oscillators, twin filters (each with their own dedicated envelopes) that can run in parallel or in sequence, and twin amplifier envelopes. Throw in dual LFOs and nice-sounding onboard effects, easy MIDI setup, and, well you get the idea. Put this on your short list.
  • One of the best well rounded synths I’ve played

    5
    By Dirty DeSchepp
    Straight forward, simple yet deep, fun, smooth look. Love this thing use it a lot
  • A fantastic Synth!

    5
    By Goldenanalog
    In a nutshell: sounds *really* good! Fun to program - a winner!
  • Honest review

    4
    By andy_marks
    Poison-202 is by far one of the best synths in the App Store.Job well done!
  • Love it!!!

    5
    By Harpintruckinghobo
    Great app. Lots of sounds to play with. Sure to please anyone’s ears just from the bank, even before tweaking sounds. No lag on iPad Pro. Well done developers.
  • Fantastic!

    5
    By Gitarzz
    I held off on getting this synth because I heard that it was just aimed at the EDM crowd. I'm sure it's very useful for EDM but I'm a blues based rock guitarist. I bought it just to try something different. I'm sorry I waited. This is an amazing synthesizer that is useful across the board. Blues, rock, jazz, all kinds of electronica... it'll work great. I can't imagine where the synth could not fit in. Got a 120 piece orchestra and you need a little synthesizer mixed in? This will do it! The best part about it is that it's pretty straightforward. It's like having a synthesizer with all the knobs presented before you with no digital menus to dive into. Start tweaking sounds and have fun. That's it. I didn't even have to download a manual. If you never used the synthesizer in your life then this is a good starting point. Just start turning the knobs to see what they do and you'll learn pretty much everything you need to know about how synthesizers work because it's all here. Once you've learned it there are more complex "advanced classes" elsewhere on the App Store.

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