Moog has updated Animoog for iPad to version 2.4.0, adding support for the iPad Pro, Bluetooth LE MIDI, Multidimensional Polyphonic Expression and more.
Here’s what’s new in Animoog 2.4.0:
- Animoog now requires iOS 8.2 or later.
- Fully optimized graphics, keyboard layout and interaction for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
- Support for Apple Pencil pressure on the keyboard.
- Support for Apple Pencil angle as a ‘pencil-angle’ modulation control on the keyboard.
- Support for Apple Pencil angle as a ‘path-width’ modulation source along the path.
- Support for Bluetooth LE MIDI devices.
- Support for MPE input with note-per-channel MIDI controllers.
- Added collapsible Inter-App Audio transport bar.
- Consolidated ‘poly-pressure’ and ‘chan-pressure’ into one ‘pressure’ modulation source.
- The vertical position of the keys on initial touch is now used as the ‘velocity’ modulation source.
- Left and right tapping next to the scale slider will now transpose octaves down and up.
- Timbres panel improvements to make sound design easier.
- Single-tapping a timbre on the left panel now highlights it, while double-tapping scrolls to its location in the Timbres list.
- The Timbres list on the right panel is no longer collapsed when switching presets.
- Values of CC mapped controls are now sent out at preset changes.
- Incoming MIDI CC 120 now turns off all active sound.
- Incoming MIDI RPN 0 now sets the active pitch bend range.
- Minor user experience improvements when working with modal dialogs.
- Settings are now saved immediately when changes occur.
- Fixes to timbre list where auto-scroll would overshoot at times.
- Fixes to some built-in scale definitions.
Pricing and Availability
Animoog for iPad is available for US $29.99 in the App Store.