sonicLAB has announced the release of the iOS version of Fundamental2, the sound synthesis software tool that combines the different roots of electronic music history.

The iOS version is identical to the desktop version of Fundamental2.

Fundamental feels like something Stockhausen, Xenakis and HAL 9000 might have dreamt up after a bender; recalling the past of electronic music through a dynamic modern interpretation of massive german vacuum oscillator.

Fundamental2 iOS features

  • Morphing engine capable of rendering audio rate transitions between parameter spaces of 4 Fundamental instances. Manual and stochastic control of the morph pointer, morph interpolation speed, and distance settings can be adjusted.
  • Morph between tuning scales smoothly.
  • A full morse code translator is available as a modulation source and can be sent to pitch, gain, panning and harmonic ratio destinations. Each oscillator can have its unique morse code, likewise capable of creating complex polyrhythmic patterns easily.
  • Fundamental2 test equipment oscillators can be addressed directly with midi note on messages on respective midi channels from your DAW tracks to perform sequences.
  • Midi CC7 (post volume) and CC10 (panning) destinations are targeting each oscillator directly when sent on respective midi channels. Also the CC14 and CC15 is directly targeting the morph pointer.
  • The iOS version now has its own Fundamental2 manual.

Fundamental 2 iOS comes in AUv3 and standalone versions for the iPad only, priced $22.99 USD at the App Store. Existing Fundamental iOS users who purchase Fundamental2 iOS are offered a $20 USD discount on any purchase in the sonicLAB webshop.

Additionally, a new Morph_Bank collection of presets is available. It is embedded in the Fundamental2 iOS version, while desktop Fundamental2 users can download it from the sonicLAB website and save it to the Fundamental2 PresetBanks directory on their installation hard-disk.

More information: sonicLAB