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The Sound Test Room: Synclavier Go! Pre-Release Demo

Doug Woods from The Sound Test Room got his hands on a pre-release copy of Synclavier's upcoming iPad app. You can pre-order it today for $20, and it should be released on the 23rd of this month. There is no word yet on when you can pre-order their $400 knob.

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You can Pre-Order the Synclavier GO here at the App Store
Estimated Release Date is 23rd January 2019

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Reader Comments 5

I'll have to skip this app..... I don't want a music app brainwashing me into buying a $400 knob.
January 07, 2019  | person pineal wave
Sounds great! I'm excited to get this. There are so many more awesome apps but the first thing that sprung to mind after listening ot this; “A Synthi AND Synclavier in one device”
January 07, 2019  | person MikeV
Looking at the compatibility section of the store listing this might run on my old iPad 4!

Which would be great.
January 07, 2019  | person Bob
There are quite a few familiar sounds there. I can hear some sounds from some of my favorite songs of that era.

Neither the GUI nor the sounds are enough to pull me in, but it looks like there's some heavy potential there.
January 08, 2019  | favorite_border stub
People who pass up this deal will be sorry. I remember when this synth hit the streets. $250,000 with all the bells and whistles. What few SynthDudes there were in that time wanted to get ahold of one of these things. The sounds they made was astounding for the time and just the idea that you could record to a hard disk just blew all of our collective minds. The Synclavier competed directly with the Fairlight for big time musicians money, usually as a rental, but a few musicians took the plunge outright. There some significant differences in how the Synclavier and Fairlight operated and each had its proponents, but usually if you were an American artist, you used a Synclvier and the Fairlight was favored by artists from the UK. I think that most of the ‘80s electronic rock that featured these 2 synths was made richer (no pun intended) by the use of these apps. I think that upon the release of this synth (the Fairlight has been available for years) as an app for $20 are going going around with a funny smile on their faces trying to figure how Karma applies in situations like these.
January 17, 2019  | person_outline BleedingRazorWoundsX23

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