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The Sound Test Room: SynthMaster 2 - Pre-Release Demo

Doug Woods from The Sound Test Room brings us a preview, and pricing details, for SynthMaster 2!

The new flagship app from KV331 will be arriving at the end of the month, at an introductory price of $15! A discount bundle will be available for owners of the original SynthMaster, with a discount based on the amount of your original SynthMaster One purchase.

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SynthMaster 2 is set for release at the end of June

Here is the Pricing Info
There will be an intro period for SynthMaster 2 iOS when it is released, that period will last until our Summer Sale ends on September 1:

SynthMaster 2 iOS: $14.99 intro price, $24.99 afterwards
SynthMaster 2 iOS Desktop Presets Upgrade IAP: $4.99 intro price, $9.99 afterwards

There will be also an app bundle which includes SynthMaster One + SynthMaster 2. Its intro price will be $24.99 ($34.99 afterwards)

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Reader Comments 3

Is this a port of the Mac OS version of Synthmaster 2? That's pretty cool!
It seems that it's master of everything... Except MPE.
Synthmaster One has Poly AT in it's mod source list. Someone really should make a MIDI converter that takes MPE and converts it to Poly AT and vice-versa. I know poly AT is just one stream and MPE has several, but still, it would be useful.

Synthmaster One lacks release velocity as a source.

This raises the issue of how some MIDI control sources require specific capabilities of the synth engine-- release velocity is one of them. It's not simply a matter of adding it to the list, it may require a structural change.

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