Hello friends! I was inspired by the master blaster of synth design, @Mikael Eidenberg. His recent synth is one of the hottest app designs I’ve seen. I tested an idea with a light color palette, similar to the sleek Virus TI Polar. Hope you enjoy the LED madness in the quest to become expert knob twiddlers.
Choose a flavor: Purple or Bizness Blue
over 1 year ago
Mate this is beautiful! I tried to find any irking detail, and I failed! Love the light theme!
very tidy, only suggestion would be for a more "contrasty" purple , maybe ;)
Not a huge fan of the purple you've chosen, other than that I think it's a master piece!
Very nice indeed! Really feel like tweaking those knobs.
Very nice, but I worry about this pink color there :P
@Oykun @michaelsacca @Ryno van Niekerk @Prathyush Pramod @Jarno Fabritius @Justin Roberts @Konrad Kolasa Thanks very much for the comments guys! I added a version with cerulean blue lights. The purple did feel a bit washed out in the shot.
I didn't mind the purple... blue seemed like an obvious choice of colour. I actually think it would also work with red/orange too.
Don't like the purple. Rest is nice.
Super stuff. I second @Daryl Ginn I think purple is litttle to pale for this... some contrast is required there...
@Daryl @Avinash Cheers, fellas. Can I interest either of you in a touch of blue? :)
Good work @Mason Yarnell !!
I prefer the blue version. Great design.
Can't fault it, great work man
This is amazing!
PS. Blue! :)
Beautiful work @Mason! So clean and completely different.
Sure thing! Blue always wins :)
Inactive purple lights in blue version looks wired, like you forget to change it to blue, but I like purple version more. Great work! Colors are just perfect.
Haha nice man, gotta go with the blue!
Only critic is to make some more contrast between the lights when on/off and what @Andrew Korytsev pointed out.
(Want a Virus TI grr)
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