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Moog's iOS Synth Apps Are FREE Right Now


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Via Endgadget.com:


Moog has quietly made all of its iOS synth apps free. It's not clear how long they'll be available for zilch, so if you're interested in snagging the Model 15, Minimoog Model D, Animoog and Filtatron apps gratis, now's your chance.

These apps typically aren't cheap, as MusicRadar points out. Model 15 usually costs $30, Animoog retails at $20, Minimoog Model D is $15 as standard and Moog tends to charge $5 for Filatron. Moog temporarily made Minimoog Model D free at the onset of the pandemic as well.

If you've been looking for a solid synth app or two to tinker with while you're on the go, you can't really go wrong with these, especially while they're free. Save for the iPhone-only Animoog, the apps work on iPad as well. The tablet's larger screen makes them easier to use — the Minimoog app doesn't display in full on iPhone, for instance. Synth enthusiasts can also use Model 15 as an AUv3 plugin in Logic, GarageBand and Mainstage on macOS Big Sur.


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On 5/21/2021 at 9:31 PM, dingformung said:

would be nice if one could run iOS apps on macOS. too busyy rn to check if there is a way to do that, maybe someone knows about thsi?

You should be able to do that with the new M1 Macs. I haven't tried this because I don't have a M1 Mac, but here you go https://www.theverge.com/2020/11/18/21574207/how-to-install-run-any-iphone-ipad-app-m1-mac

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