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NEW YORK, July 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Electro-Harmonix has released a mobile version of their early electronic synthesizer keyboard, The Mini Synthesizer, priced at $2.99 for phone and $4.99 for tablet. Now available for iPad and iPhone (IOS version 8.0 or later) with an Android version due in October, the app provides the original's circa-1980 sounds plus modern enhancements. These include a virtual MIDI input, an enhanced effects section, a ribbon controller and more.
Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzlVPgQyyR8
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To view the video and download the app, visit www.ehx.com/products/mini-synthesizer-app.
22 preset sound programs are included and the user can store an almost unlimited number of his or her own programs. Equipped with 12 sliders and nine switches, the potential for sound creation and tweaking is vast.
Electro-Harmonix President and Founder, Mike Matthews stated: "Fans of vintage synths will appreciate the app's ability to re-create the original's warm analog sounds and deep funky bass, but because it's so affordable and user-friendly, parents, educators and non-musicians will love it, too."
Here is an overview of the user interface:
Electro-Harmonix was founded in 1968 by Mike Matthews and has been a pioneer in the creation of sound effects for musicians since that time. Their earliest product, the LPB-1 Linear Power Booster, helped usher in the "Age of Overdrive." Subsequent products like the Big Muff Pi Distortion/Sustainer, POG2 Polyphonic Octave Generator and Deluxe Memory Man Analog Delay have achieved cult status. Located in New York City since the company's inception, Electro-Harmonix currently manufactures over 125 different sound effects products for musicians.