Screenshot of Animoog 2.4.7 on iPad
|Initial release||31 October 2011|
2.4.11 / 17 January 2018
|Operating system||iOS, BlackBerry Z10|
|Synthesis type||Digital anisotropic|
|Filter||1 selectable high-pass, band-pass, low-pass|
There are three versions of Animoog. Animoog for the iPad is simply named 'Animoog'. 'Animoog for iPhone', which offers different features and layout, works on iPhones and the iPod Touch. There also is a third version named 'Animoog for Blackberry', built for the BlackBerry Z10.
Animoog comes with tens of varied sound presets. Over 3,100 Animoog presets and 5,100 timbres are also available through official and user-provided expansion packs. Expansion packs include work from acclaimed sound designers, such as Richard Devine, Drew Neumann, Sascha Dikiciyan and Adam Holzman. A set of 82 official presets, available as in-app purchase, are derived from a 1968 live recording of the Grateful Dead's Anthem of the Sun album.
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