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Animoog

Posted by Jon


Moog just released their Animoog synthesizer app for the iPad and it looks impressive. Get it now for 99 cents before it jumps to the regular price of $29.99. Anybody have a chance to try it out and care to share their experience in the comments?

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Scott Owen says:

October 18, 2011 at 3:06 pm

~purchased~
Now to give it a proper go once I get home from work.
Thanks for the heads up! Looks like the price is 99 cents for 30 days too.

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Rayhan says:

October 18, 2011 at 3:15 pm

It’s an easy to approach app, and you can start making pleasing sounds immediately. There’s a lot of depth to be explored, though. Tons of knobs and things.

Playing it is like playing a Suzuki Omnichord, you can be a little loose with it.

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Jaime Lopez says:

October 18, 2011 at 4:29 pm

Please dont get mad Scoot or Jon. I didnt know where else to post this, but I really wanted to show you guys a video I made after Coastal Break. Please let me know what you think!

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Karl Peterson says:

October 18, 2011 at 6:55 pm

I bought this the other day and it is a pretty cool app. $1 made it a no-brainer, but I wouldn’t pay $30. Great sound, lots of features, but it needs some updates. A universal reset would be nice since trying to return all the knobs to default takes forever.

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Kurt Lorenz says:

October 18, 2011 at 9:07 pm

This app sounds incredible. In fact it sounds as if the MOOG team are big Tycho fans… thought I heard a few of Tycho’s signature sounds in the presets.

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Norik says:

October 20, 2011 at 7:34 am

Played with it for an hour the first time i opened it. Great way to intuitively experiment, save your ideas as .wavs, and dump into an DAW. Simple.

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Taylor says:

October 20, 2011 at 8:12 am

Animoog app plug. Playlist 13 filled with Moogfest attendees. Little Dragon performing at Moogfest. Surprise Tycho announcement to come???

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mg33 says:

October 20, 2011 at 8:48 am

The one thing I am trying to figure out – and that I don’t think is possible – is saving the “loops” that you basically create. When you record, you can overdub multiple times within that loop, and I think the only way to get it out is to be hooked up to something you can record in.

That recording/looping feature is really one of the coolest aspects if you’re just trying to make something to reuse as a loop in a recording program. It is definitely just as useful as a playable instrument, but I’ve liked the looping so far.

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fr says:

October 20, 2011 at 2:30 pm

lol reinier, so did I. I don’t have an ipad but I might eventually, and 99 cents was hard to pass up. I would be annoyed paying $30 for this if and when I get an ipad.