Moog Music today introduced Model 15 for iOS – a software recreation of one of its classic 70’s hardware modular synthesizers. The Moog Model 15 hardware modular synthesizer was originally released in 1973, and was re-released last year as a $10,000 limited edition reissue, right. The system offers a complete analog synth voice. Moog Music says… Read More Moog Brings Model 15 Modular Synth To iOS With Polyphony & MPE Support
Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a performance by Vinícius Mello of François Couperin’s Les Barricades Mystérieuses.
After a long period of slow development on Animoog, Moog Music is following a major performance release in May with another update. Here’s what’s new in Animoog version 2.2.5:
Moog Music today released an update to Animoog for iPhone, its Anisotropic software synthesizer. The update improves support for iOS 8, 64-bit devices, improves Audiobus support, delivers a long list of bug fixes and more. Here’s what’s new in Animoog for iPhone:
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Navneeth Sundar, captures a live performance of Shri. Lalgudi G. Jayaraman’s Desh Thillana composition.
Moog has released an update to Animoog, version 2.2.4, that delivers dozens of bug fixes, compatibility and stability improvements and tweaks. The updates, detailed below, should resolve outstanding issues and deliver improved performance. Check out the details below – and then let us know what you’d like to see Moog do next with Animoog!
Lots of Animoog testing going on for a new release that fully supports iOS8, new iOS devices and the latest Audiobus pic.twitter.com/PgJSp7gMle — Geert Bevin (@gbevin) May 11, 2015 Moog Music developer Geert Bevin (who’s also worked with Roger Linn Design & EigenLabs) mentioned, via Twitter, that a new version of Animoog is now in testing.
Animoog, iConnectMIDI & Ableton was uploaded by: experimentalsynth
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