Enkl is a monophonic synthesizer developed by Klevgränd produkter AB. (Among my favourite developer team).
First a little overview. 2 Oscillators, 2 LFOs with an ADSR sections on the left and right side of the screen. 3 buttons at the top of the screen control how the two oscillators are combined;: added together, subtracted from one another or multiplied. In the middle of the screen, the last section where the signal will transit before to output, with an High Cut filter and an ADSR. An FX button will open a pop-up for the delay and EQ parameters. A ping Pong delay with a stereo width. EQ: 3 bands with the ability to set the cut-off points between the 3 bands. This is cool! Also on the top, a Legato and an Arpeggio switches.
For the 2 Oscillators, 4 waveforms: triangle, sawtooth, square or noise. The filter button for each oscillator controls whether the central filter section is applied or not. The 3 pitch sliders control the octave, semitone and cent-level tuning. An independent LFO for each of the 2 oscillators: 5 waveform types with a button to switch between amplitude or frequency modulation of the oscillator, an ADSR envelope with a gain and frequency controls.
For the keyboard: by default, a small, one-octave keyboard with 2 arrows on the left side to shift the octave. On the right side a magnifying glass icon. A Tap on it will display a larger keyboard with more options. A Scale, Key and Octave settings.When a note is touched, drag left or right to pitch bend.By touching and dragging the note’s Y-axis, the extended keyboard can affect filter or modulation. (It is possible to assign filter or modulation to the Y-axis).
Now for the sound: I really love it! Great for Bass and Lead.
In summary, Enkl is very well done, very easy to use. The keyboard is great and the generated sound top! It’s a very good option to create a Bass line sound very fast. A Killer little monophonic synthesizer!
Review by Ed
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