Wellington, NZ — June 29th 2019 — Roboheadz updated AirSynth for iPhone® X, XS, XR and iPad Pro to version 1.1.
This update to the app adds the ability to record performances to video, choose from a variety of color schemes and calibrate the octave range of the instrument.
AirSynth enables anyone to make cool musical sounds.
Using the latest depth sensing camera technology in your device, AirSynth allows you to synthesize music simply by holding your hands in the air.
By combining new technology with vintage sounds, anyone can simulate a theremin for spooky effects.
AirSynth looks great and has a clear, modern UI. It provides a cool real-time visualization of the depth data the camera sees.
Simply start the app, and place your hands above it to control the audio pitch and volume of a range of special voices.
AirSynth is available for $1.99. on the App Store. AirSynth is designed for iPhone X, XS, XR and iPad Pro with the TrueDepth camera/FaceID. AirSynth requires OS 12 or newer.
App Store Link: itms-apps://itunes.apple.com/app/id1452079436
AirSynth is created by roboheadz, an independent development company of one: David Wood.
David lives in New Zealand, and has been developing iPhone applications independently since 2012.
Promotional Codes are available to members of the media. Journalists interested in receiving one should contact David Wood, developer - davidw at roboheadz dot com, or via our Contact page.
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