Introducing Agonizer - a big bad bass synth
designed in close collaboration with Jakob Haq from haQ attaQ.
Designed in close collaboration with bass head and YouTuber Jakob Haq from haQ attaQ Agonizer puts a focus on creating deep, dirty and wobbly basslines.
Built around Wavetable Synthesis paired with precise sound shaping & extensive modualtion capabilities as well as fine tuned onboard effects, Agonizer has a lot to offer!
Agonizer comes ready to go with 140+ Bass Patches, Multiple Expressive On-Screen Keyboards, support for MPE Controllers (Single Channel), Standalone as well as AUv3 versions.
Featuring one variable-slope AD Envelope, Mutli-Wave LFO and ADSR Envelope
plus a Sequenced Modulator dubbed the "Wobulator", Agonizer has a lot to offer.
Almost any control in Agonizer can be modulated with up to 12 sources and managing mod routings couldn't be easier.
Routings are easily created right from the main screen and managed with a dedicated overview of all active modulations.
Expressive Touch Controls are a must for any modern synthesizer
and Agonizer does not fall short by including an expressive onscreen keyboard
as well as support for MPE Hard- & Software Controllers.
Note that due to it's monophonic nature, only single channel mode is supported
Agonizer supports all the standards you might expect to find in a modern iOS Music Application.
Agonizer is built as a Audio Unit Extension, use it like a plug-in in your DAW.
With Inter-App Audio you can use Agonizer when recording into other apps such as Garageband.
Use Agonizer with AudioBus to further route or process sounds in other apps.
Of course, Agonizer comes with a solid standalone app as well.
Jakob Haq gives an introduction and takes you on a tour of Agonizer