If you missed this from yesterday then you don’t want to miss this

Yesterday Moog announced the Moog Model 15 for iOS. This is amazing, and completely cool. I’ve only just started playing with it and it’s awesome. But don’t take my word for it, try it for yourself.

Video description:

“Suzanne Ciani, one of the first and most influential female electronic music composers and synthesists, creates a short sonic sketch using the Moog Model 15 modular synthesizer app. Ciani explores the custom-programmed sounds she designed in the app alongside Moog technicians as they hand-build the app’s hardware modular namesake at the Moog Factory in Asheville, NC.

Listen to Suzanne’s full composition here: https://soundcloud.com/moogmusicinc/symbiotic-equations-suzanne-ciani?in=moogmusicinc/sets/moog-model-15-app

Ciani’s unique patches are available as a free expansion pack in the Model 15’s in-app store.

The Moog Model 15 App is an iOS version of the iconic 1970’s instrument. It is designed to evoke the joyous experimentation and sonic bliss of it’s predecessor’s vintage hardware, the Moog Model 15 App meticulously recreates the look, feel, and sound of its highly expressive analog namesake.”

Video published by Moog Music Inc.

Model 15 on the app store ($29.99 / £22.99):

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