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:
- Mapped controls now respond to MIDI when Animoog is in the background
- Fixed MIDI input and output port selection sometimes tacitly picking another one
- External pitch bend now behaves linearly across the pitch bend range
- Pitch bend strip is more usable by reducing the sensitivity in the middle
- Stability improvements of the 4-track recorder
- The recording length of the basic recorder has been doubled
- Invalid timbre files are marked and don’t cause crashes anymore
- New installations now by default map CC64 to the Hold switch
- Version number is now shown at the bottom of configuration screen
- Improvement of in-app store layout
- Overall stability improvements
Animoog is a professional polyphonic software synthesizer for iOS that features Moog’s Anisotropic Synth Engine (ASE), which lets you create sounds that incorporate motion through an X/Y space of timbres.
Animoog is available for US $29.99 in the App Store.
2 thoughts on “Moog Releases Another Animoog Update”
i’m guessing all these improvements are only available as in-app purchase? [sarcasm]
There are certainly manufacturers/developers and apps that exploit IAPs to squeeze maximum dollars out, but I wouldn’t call Animoog one of them. I got it at its introduction for $5, have never spent more, and it’s frankly the coolest iOS sound module I have. even at $30 it’s reasonable.