New Animoog Expansion Packs

Monster Moog, Vintage Vibe and Vintage FX are now available      04/10/13

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Moog has announced that three new expansion packs for Animoog are now available for download. They say that Monster Moog, Vintage Vibe and Vintage FX each contain powerful presets that inspire creativity as well as new timbres for creating completely unique sounds.

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.

Pricing and Availability:

Animoog Expansion Packs are available as an In-App purchase in the Animoog Store.

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