Minimoog Model D For MacOS

US Moog releases synth app compatible with all major DAWs      09/09/22

Minimoog Model D For MacOS


Moog Music tells us that the Minimoog Model D synthesizer, is now available as a powerful production and sound design tool for Mac users in the form of the first official Minimoog Model D App for macOS. They say that the Minimoog Model D App allows users to emulate the sounds and workflows of their favorite musicians and create original tracks within a feature-packed software synth for a limited-time introductory price of $24.99 USD. Here's more details direct from Moog...

This update to the app, (Free to all current Minimoog Model D iOS App owners) which was first released by Moog Music as a mobile synthesis solution for iPhones/iPads, is available for all Mac users (Big Sur or newer), making it possible to recreate the sounds of the classic hardware Minimoog Model D using a macOS device through Audio Unit v3, using a VST3/AUv2 wrapper, or as a standalone sound design tool. Now optimized for both iOS and macOS, anyone with an Apple device can jump in and play with over 160 included presets or begin exploring electronic sound design to craft their own unique style.

The Minimoog Model D App incorporates a number of inspiring tools and capabilities not present on its analog antecedent. This powerful software synth includes the ability to play chords with up to four-note polyphony, an easy-to-use arpeggiator for rhythmic pattern creation, a real-time looping recorder with unlimited overdubbing capacity, a tempo-synchronizable stereo ping-pong delay module, and the Bender - a wide-range stereo time modulation effect module. This latest update also includes a redesigned preset management system for quicker navigation and adds a random preset generator function.

Pricing and Availability:
$24.99 at the App Store.

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