Animoog Expansion Packs are available as an In-App purchase in the Animoog Store.
Monster Moog Expansion Pack
167 Timbres and 48 presets. This massive expansion pack was crafted using harmonic content extracted from new and classic Moog instruments including a System 15 Modular, Minitaur, 904a Filter, Freq Box, Bode Frequency Shifter, Sub Phatty, and more.
Vintage Vibe Expansion Pack
114 Timbres and 46 presets. This expansion pack was created using vintage synthesizer VCOs and Filters to shape unique timbral content, resulting in Timbres and Presets with the sound and vibe of the beloved synths of the 1980’s.
Vintage FX Expansion Pack
41 presets and 53 timbres.This expansion pack’s Timbral content has been extracted from a wealth of vintage modular, rack, and stomp box effects including multiple analog delays, phasers, frequency shifters, resonant filters, & vocal phase filters.”
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SpiralSet – Soundtoy for iPad from Andy Dolphin on Vimeo.
Following on from my post from last night about interfaces I think that this and the two apps that I’ve just posted from the same developer shows what I mean about alternative interfaces and also about putting playfulness back into music making.
And actually, these apps are fun to muck around with. They’re sound toys, you have to play, right?
It’s only been a few weeks since this app arrived. I know that it’s easy for us to forget about stuff like this quite quickly as new apps and updates arrive, and it’s also quite easy to miss stuff like this with the huge amount of mobile news.
So I wanted to say a few things about SeekBeats. This is an app from the developer of TweakyBeat which is another great drum synth, but SeekBeats goes way further and it isn’t until you start to dig in to this app that you realise just how flexible it is. I love synth drums and the more extreme the better. SeekBeats is going to fill all my synth drum needs for quite some time. Here’s why …
One of the great features, just one, is that you can adjust the filter to only work on the noise element of a drum patch or on the whole of the patch. How coll is that? The flexibility in the sound design of this app is amazing and very easy to overlook, which is something you shouldn’t do.
So, if you missed it, if you overlooked it, then take the opportunity to check it out. You won’t be sorry.
What a great idea, iOS Music Community has published a PDF guide to Pulse Code Inc’s new app Modular. You can find the guide here.
And you can get Modular on the app store. It’s free.
I’ve mentioned this event before, and you should expect to hear more about it too as I was a part of this event running the Sound Lab zone. You can see a big bunch of pictures of the event and one picture of the Sound Lab too.
The pictures are on flickr here.
Just a little reminder of this indiegogo campaign.
I’ve been meaning to post a link to this because actually some of these ideas are very creative indeed and well worth considering and using in some ways in promoting your own work.
I thought you’d appreciate it.