New knobs "harder to replicate ;)"
New menu-bar in the top
Navigation in the bottom
Some new arrangements and a switch for 12/24 pole filter.
Bigger Image and real pixels attached.
over 1 year ago
popular page within 10 minutes :)
More serious: Beautiful visual design. How do you interact with the "CUTOFF", "RESONANCE", and so on? Just curious :)
I really dig your whole concept. It's getting more and more interesting. Your design approach should be written in every designer's schoolbook. Great work, Mikael! One can see that you love what you are doing.
This GUI is really cool man! Love the details.
@Mads E. U. Sorensen put your finger on it and drag it up and down and the knob turns. Will have a switch in the settings for "turn" or "drag" for those that dosn't understand how more easier and more precise it is to interact with knobs by draging up/down : )
I liked it before it became popular
This is a really awesome style :) the glow is so sexy.... congrats)
This is looking incredible Mikael - truly amazing. Can't wait to see this thing in action. It's the small touches like how the knobs are going to look while they are turning that I'm looking forward to seeing live most.
@Dragos Lupascu Take a look at my comment above yours. what I'm trying to explain is that this works as a slider, not a knob. http://bit.ly/PYi74x probably 99,9% of the images you see on that link is knobs but they works as sliders.
@Adam Whitcroft Thanks! I guess I have some animations to do then :P
@Mikael Eidenberg I'm just curious how did you made the clean inset ridge effect :)
Stunning! @Mikael Eidenberg
@Kiraly Tamas 2 shapes and a gradient + some other layer styles. I needed a Bevel but Photoshops Bevel looks like a Photoshop Bevel : )
Amazing job @Mikael Eidenberg!
Great stuff Mikael! This was what my life consisted of for about 5 years, helping to design some very rad synths and plugins. You did a great job on this, I particularly like the mixer tab icon.
Animating those knobs, man... Scary stuff.
love the lighting details on this. very cool stuff!
Love this - I wan't the app already.
@Justin Roberts I totally agree, I do not need a Synth app but I feel like I want it :))
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