Animoog v1.1.0 is here! New features include longer recording time in the looper, categorized presets, and fully assignable MIDI cc’s. In this video Moog’s Product Development Specialist, Amos Gaynes, shows you how to use Animoog’s new MIDI control features and explores some of the creative possibilities.
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All you can eat iPad electronic music
In this video the music was composed only with iPad, overdubbing Animoog, Yamaha Synth&Dr Pad, Sunrizer, SynthTronica and Addictive Synth and it is only demonstrating some capabilities of the above music apps for iPad. Screenshots during recordings. Music composed by ALBA ECSTASY.
More music on http://www.albaecstasy.ro
Sunsine Audio has released Animation Vol 1, a set of 130 presets for Moog’s Animoog IOS synth.
Dubstep basses, modulation mayhem, chiptune keys, ambient voyages, hard leads and dirty funk characterize this set of 130 presets for the award winning Animoog ios synth. Compatible with both IPad and IPhone versions. The cheapest, most diverse and usable set available. Recharge your Moog and find out why this synth is creating such a stir!
- *Requires Animoog synthesizer for IPad or IPhone*
- 130 .preset files
- Includes easy installation instructions.
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Moog has released an Expansion Pack for Animoog. They say that each Expansion Pack for Animoog contains powerful presets that inspire creativity as well as new timbres for creating sounds completely unique to you.
Created by Richard Devine, Moog tells us that the Devine Expansion Pack infuses an array of new and unique sounds into Animoog’s Anisotropic Synthesis Engine. They say that, from ethereal lead sounds to sci-fi insanity, the Devine expansion pack takes total advantage of Animoog’s uniquely expressive keyboard, modulation and timbre array.
The Devine Expansion Pack includes 32 original presets handcrafted by Richard Devine himself. Also included are 43 new Timbres nearly doubling Animoog’s sonic vocabulary.
Richard Devines speaks on his The Devine Expansion Pack,
“I have been a fan of Animoog since the day it was launched. Animoog’s ability to mix and match classic analogue waveforms and also digital waveforms is amazing! Being able to sweep, automate, and control them within the Anisotropic Synth Engine is what makes it such an expressive tool for creating new sounds. With the Devine Expansion Pack, I wanted to develop a sound set that took full advantage of all Animoog’s features. Something that was unique and could be played musically or controlled chaotically. The ultimate goal was to create a set of futuristic synth sounds that inspire new ideas and new music.”
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Moog’s Chief Engineer Cyril Lance lifts the veil off timbres, the essential sound source of Animoog’s Anisotropic Synth Engine. ASE allows you to dynamically move through an X/Y space of unique timbres to create a constantly evolving and expressive soundscape. The constantly expanding library of timbres are the key to unlocking the limitless potential of Animoog’s 2D soundscapes.
Learn more about Animoog and its expansion packs here:
Rock Video Song Features Face-Melting Moog Synth, Hammond Organ, Fender Guitar & iPad
My first video song, an original I called RAKTATAK. What you see is what you hear, and everything you hear is seen.
Using some of my favourite instruments, this song came out of jamming on my Moog Little Phatty. Layed down the groove and added instruments – arranged with Fender Strat guitars, Fender Jazz Bass, Nord C2 Organ and Ipad Apps M3000HD and Animoog.
Drums programmed in Boom and Addictive Drums.
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The BASE Pack is born from a quest Moog engineers embarked on with help from researchers at The University of North Carolina at Asheville to discover the most primordial sounds known to man. The result is the Biomimetically Augmented Synthesis Expansion Pack (BASE Pack) for the Animoog synthesizer. The BASE Pack is a collection of timbres and presets that radically extends the sonic capabilities of Animoog from the purely electronic realm of its Moog ancestry into a richly organic world of biological sound.
In addition to the over 40 new Timbre files, Moog recruited top sound designers to craft 25 powerful new presets which demonstrate the range of BASE sounds that Animoog can now emit. Some of the Presets included are Extravasation, Eructations, Bad Beans, Bathtub Bubbles, and Oops Sorry Excuse Me. Some of the Timbres included are Sploot2, WetGas1, Dribbly, WetSquish2 and Excuse Me.
Animoog is available for the iPad, iPhone 4, and iPod Touch in the iTunes Store. Animoog version 1.0.2 includes the new “Animoog Store” where users can purchase new Timbres and presets from within the app itself. The BASE Pack is only the first in a series of wide-ranging, boundary-pushing sonic updates to come.
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Short video showing the process of adding a third oscillator from another device to the Moog Little Phatty. In this case, the additional oscillator comes from the iPad iOS app ANIMOOG.
Showing some of the many possibilities when using the Moog Voyager as a MIDI controller for the Moog Animoog app and feeding the iPad audio back into the Voyager’s filter.
Here’s a nice video to get a little deeper into the core of the Animoog:
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In part two of a three-part tutorial on Moog’s Animoog iPad app, Dubspot Instructor Matt Cellitti shows you how to creatively use Animoog’s modulation parameters to achieve complex sounds.
Now that we have looked at how to break down Animoog into a basic initial state, I would like to examine the instrument’s creative options to make more complex sounds. Animoog has a clearly labeled and easy to use modulation area, allowing us to add several modulation parameters to the sound at the same time. We are able to use traditional modulation sources like mod envelopes, filter envelopes, and low frequency oscillators, but there are some hidden gems in here as well. For instance, take control of the Touch Keys to manipulate sounds in ways a traditional keyboard is incapable of. By using the the modulation control of “poly-pressure” to manipulate a destination of filter frequency, the areas of the touch key will activate modulation of the filter’s cutoff frequency. So you can create filter sweeps just by moving your fingers up and down a single touch key. Furthermore, as if the path and origin controls of the X/Y pad weren’t enough, you can use mod controls to effect these parameters even further. It never ceases to amaze me how much flexible control this app has. – Matt Celetti