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  • Auxy Music Studio icon

    Auxy Music Studio

    Modern instruments for mobile creators Auxy brings real music creation to iPhone in a simple and inspiring format. By removing unnecessary distractions it lets you...

    Commercial $ $ $ iPhone iPad

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  • Addictive Synth icon

    Addictive Synth

    Combines the synthesis power of Addictive Synth with an easy to use 4 track loop phrase recorder. #1 Staff Favorites on US App Store ! It was never so easy to...

    Commercial $ $ $ iPhone iPad

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  • Modular Synthesizer icon

    Modular Synthesizer

    Modular is a powerful sound design tool which allows you to build your own custom synthesizer by connecting different sound modules together. By separating each...

    Free iPhone iPad

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  • cassini icon

    cassini

    Polyphonic Synthesizer for iPhone/iPod touch 3 OSCs + 2 Filters + AMP + 9 EGs + 6 LFOs + 3band EQ + Saturator + 2 Delays + Arpeggiator * 3 Oscillators plus 1...

    Commercial $ $ $ iPhone iPad

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  • Sunrizer icon

    Sunrizer

    Sunrizer XS synth is a virtual analog synthesizer that takes the definition of iOs synthesizer to the next level. Sunrizer XS was built to perform and works perfectly...

    Commercial $ $ $ iPhone iPad

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  • Jasuto icon

    Jasuto

    Jasuto allows you to visually construct your own synths/effects, and use them to make sequences all on your device!.

    Commercial $ $ $ Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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  • Nanologue icon

    Nanologue

    Nanologue boasts a wide scope of inspiring sounds and professional sound effects, sporting a straightforward multi-touch interface and a great-sounding monophonic...

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