Klevgränd have been giving us new, interesting and innovative iOS apps for some time now, and their latest release could potentially be even more innovative. SyndtSphere offers a way to navigate sound by simply rotating the interface itself. To be clear, this is a navigation of the a series presets arranged on a sphere. It’s certainly innovative, it is without a doubt a new way to interact.

Here’s what Klevgränd say about the their new app:

Since a while back, Klevgränd has been working with new ways to interact with virtual interfaces. One of the ideas ended up in a remake of their earlier release Syndt. Instead of presenting a UI with knobs and sliders, the user gets a bunch of presets wrapped on a three dimensional sphere. By rotating the sphere (just click and drag), internals in the synth engine will be morphed and the sound will change. There’s also a few traditional parameters for global settings.

This synthesizer offers a brand new way of finding the optimal sound. By rotating a sphere that consists of more than 70 professionally created states anyone can dial in the perfect sound. In addition to the sphere, a ping-pong delay and a few more global settings are available.

SyndtSphere itself is based on one of Klevgränd’s more traditional polyphonic synth apps, Syndt (which is also available on the App Store).

Feature overview:

  • AUv3 Compatible – use it as a plugin inside Garageband, Cubasis or any other AUv3 compatible host app.
  • Stereo ping-pong delay

SyndtSphere is available on the app store for $1.99