Moog Music today introduced the Minimoog Model D Expansion Pack for Animoog, their software synthesizer for iOS.
“Taking timbres from a Minimoog and placing them in Animoog creates very distinctive sounds that are advanced and invigorating,” said Moog Chief Engineer Cyril Lance. “This isn’t an emulation of a Minimoog. It is actually a new way to experience it.”
The expansion pack includes 69 Timbres extracted from a vintage Minimoog Model D analog synthesizer, and 213 presets designed for Animoog’s Anisotropic Synthesis Engine. Continue reading
Moog is currently offering its iOS app at significantly reduced prices:
If you’ve used Animoog or Filtatron, let us know what you think of them!
Reader Geert Bevin – who’s known to many readers for his performances on the Eigenharp and his gestural music control application GECO – recently spoke at TEDxTartu in Estonia. In his TEDx talk, Bevin argues that we’re entering a new age for digital musicians, driven by several trends:
- Cheap and powerful computers
- New controllers with revolutionary sensors
- New synthesis engines with per-note expression
“This talk is essentially the summary of what I’ve been working on for the past four years at Eigenlabs,” explains Bevin, “with my GECO Leap Motion software and by collaborating with Roger Linn, Steinberg, Moog and Wolfgang Palm.” Continue reading
Moog Music has released three new sound libraries for Animoog, its software synth for the iPad.
The Animoog expansion packs – Monster Moog, Vintage Vibe & Vintage FX – are based on the sounds of vintage Moog gear.
Here are the details: Continue reading
Here’s a demo + synth jam featuring the JamStik and a variety of iPad music software.
The JamStik is a portable guitar MIDI controller for iOS devices.
This cover of Daft Punk’s Get Lucky makes use of these apps: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s an ambient/new age synth jam, Quiet Cloud, via ryouichi harada.
Technical details: Continue reading