- Over 900 Authentic Synclavier Sounds
- New presets added for Go!
- Harmonic Additive Synthesis Engine
- MIDI, Audiobus, Ableton Link supported
- Superior Touch UI
- Multi-layer Effects
- Free updates
- In-app Purchases available for advanced features
- Runs on all models of iPad with iOS9 or later: iPad, iPad 2, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, iPad Air, etc.
- Up to 12 Partial Timbres
- Theoretically unlimited voices (depending on iPad processor speed)
- InterApp and InterDevice audio support
- MIDI in: for keyboard, pitch bend wheel, and other interfaces
- 16 MIDI Tracks for outboard sequencing (multi-timbral)
- AudioBus and Ableton Link Support
- Audio out: Up to 24-bit stereo at 44.1Khz or 48kHz (tracks mixed), through headphone jack / lightning or USB
- Built-in 3 Octave touch keyboard
- Repeat, Arpeggiate, Portamento (Legato) functions can be set per timbre
- Supports Polyphonic and Monophonic modes with Retriggering settings
How do I connect xyz to Synclavier Go!?
Please refer to our connection guide.
Can I get Synclavier Go! in a language besides English?
We are currently working on translations, so we can release Go! in several mainstream languages. The manual on our support page can be converted with the language widget at the bottom of the page.
Does Synclavier Go! support iCloud storage?
We are currently working on our next release, that will integrate with iCloud, so that the user’s custom libraries can be synced across devices and backed-up to the cloud. There may also be an option to share timbres with other users.
Will you be adding sampling to Go!?
An in-app purchase is in the pipeline that will provide poly-sampling functionality.
Will there be an android version?
We have no plans to develop an android version.
Will you support AUV3?
Go! is a multi-timbre instrument already. It has thousands of settings for sound-shaping, with 12 partials and up to 100 frames, so there really no need to have app extension support. Anything you can dream of doing, you can do within Go! without having to change apps.
The Timbre screen looks overwhelming with so many buttons. Is it hard to learn?
We have spent a lot of time on creating in-app documentation. You can switch to this tour at any time and learn to master one panel at a time. Once you’ve summited the Synclavier learning curve, using the buttons and knob of the user interface becomes second nature, and sound design is rapid and satisfying.Support Page