Moog All of its iOS synth apps are made free to mark the birthday of the founder Bob Moog, which this Sunday. It’s not clear how long they’ll be available for zilch, so if you’re interested in getting the Model 15, Minimoog Model D, Animoog and Filtatron apps gratis, now’s your turn.
These apps are usually not cheap, either MusicRadar pointed. Model 15 average cost $ 30, Animoog sells for $ 20, Minimoog Model D is $ 15 as standard and Moog tends to charge $ 5 for Filatron. Moog temporarily made free the Minimoog Model D at the onset of the pandemic as well.
If you’re looking for a solid synth app or two to communicate while you’re on the go, you can never go wrong with it, especially if they’re free. Save for Animoog which is only for the iPhone, the apps will also work on the iPad. The tablet’s larger screen makes them easy to use – the Minimoog app doesn’t show up fully on the iPhone, for example. Synth enthusiasts can also use Model 15 as an AUv3 plugin in Logic, GarageBand and Mainstage on macOS Big Sur.
“These instruments, some of the most meaningful musical instruments Bob invented in his life, have been carefully redesigned in mobile form to introduce inspiring and exciting new ways to experiment with sound, “Tower wrote on Instagram. Sunday would have been Moog’s 87th birthday. He died in 2005.
Change 5/21 3:00 PM ET: It was noticed that Moog made the apps free to celebrate Bob Moog’s birthday.
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