It may not be the most powerful or complex iOS music app – but Filtatron is the first time Moog, a company whose reputation is its analog sound, has put out a piece of software that they claim reproduces the classic Moog sound.
Moog has licensed its name for software synths before – but this is something different.
Here’s what Mike Adams, the president of Moog Music, has to say about their new app:
“Filtatron represents the first time that the signature Moog sound is available outside of a high-end, hand-made Moog synthesizer.”
Moog Music is saying that the “Moog sound” has officially been recreated in software, and it’s in a $5 iPhone app.
I’m a bit surprised that people aren’t freaking out about this claim.
Moog = classic analog sound. Is an iPhone app really up to the task? Moog Music says yes.
What do you think?