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Justus Kandzi releases Brute LFO app for iOS

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Justus Kandzi Brute LFO

Justus Kandzi has announced the Brute LFO, a powerful low frequency oscillator that modulates your analog gear.

If you have a hardware synth that allows you to use external gear to modulate the pitch, the filter, or any other parameter, just plug the Brute LFO into the CV in and start playing.

It consists of three separate LFOs. LFO 1 and 2 can be controlled using the control elements in the top half of the screen. The big knob in he middle sets the rate of both the LFOs. Additionally you can change the waveforms of the LFOs, detune LFO 2 and change its phase. The amount knob in the top half also sets the overall amount of the modulation.
The elements on the bottom half (LFO 3) can be used to modulate the frequency of LFO 1 and 2.
And the brute switch destroys everything!

Bruto LFO for iOS is available to purchase for $3.99 USD.

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Justus Kandzi releases Monotone Delay synth app for iOS

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Justus Kandzi Monotone Delay

Justus Kandzi has introduces Monotone Delay, a ribbon synthesizer app for iOS.

It consists of three main parts: a frequency modulating LFO, a lowpass filter and a delay.

The waveform of the LFO can be changed between a triangle wave and a square wave with the switch on the left. The knob labeled rate controls the frequency of the LFO, the knob labeled int controls the intensity of the frequency modulation.

The knob in the middle controls the cutoff position of the lowpass filter.

The delay can be manipulated by the two rightmost knobs. The one labeled time sets the time between the original and the delayed signal and the other one, labeled feedb controls how much of the original signal is fed back to the delay.

The monotone delay synth for iOS is available to purchase for $0.99 USD.

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