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LayR Walkthrough Preview

Living Memory Software is getting ready to release LayR, a multi-timbral synth that you build up in layers! In addition to built-in effects, LayR will be released with both Audiobus and Inter-App Audio. Here is a preview!

Video Description:

A quick, basic walkthrough of Living Memory Software’s iOS multi-timbral synthesizer, LayR. Showing most of it's features and basic operation.

LayR is Inter-App-Audio and Audiobus compatible providing 8 individual outputs.

Reader Comments 12

drool
February 28, 2017  | person_outline Skip Hunt
That looks annoyingly good. I DONT NEED ANY MORE SYNTHS......
February 28, 2017  | person_outline Bianca
What an unusually coherent introduction. Thanks!
February 28, 2017  | person_outline Brian
Looks very cool indeed.
February 28, 2017  | person_outline Jensen
It's a thing of simple beauty. Take my money, now.
February 28, 2017  | person noodldoodl
My Money: Take It.
March 01, 2017  | person_outline Pete
Looking forward to working with this iOS synth.
March 01, 2017  | person Sonakinesis
Yes! It is looking amazing and it is sounding amazing. I will buy it. My only question is will developer be able to update this synth and squish bugs on a regular basis in order to keep it healthy for couple of years? I own many music apps that got obsolete at the moment they appear in app store and now they are history because developers were unable to find the time or incentive to update the apps.
March 01, 2017  | person_outline Anonymous
On March 01, 2017 - @Anonymous said:
Yes! It is looking amazing and it is sounding amazing. I will buy it. My only question is will developer be able to update this synth and squish bugs on a regular basis in order to keep it healthy for couple of years? I own many music apps that got obsolete at the moment they appear in app store and now they are history because developers were unable to find the time or incentive to update the apps.


Apple's new policy of removing apps that have been abandoned is great. There are so many apps on the store that haven't seen updates for years.

This synth looks amazing.
Looks very cool and well thought out to me. I have no need for new synths, but that hasn't stopped me before. Although, I'm much more judicious in my app acquisitions than in previous years.
Sounds great - the real decider above and beyond anything else.

And looks like it'll be Universal... wise move. If the app size and price are right I'm in for sure.
March 01, 2017  | person Nonny Moose
All looks great, however it doesn't support microtuning. :(
March 01, 2017  | person_outline tom_tm
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