3 New Animoog Expansions

3 new expansion packs for Animoog arrived on the in-app Animoog Store, each offering a whole bunch of new timbres!

Monster Moog Expansion Pack $4.99

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 $3.99

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 $2.99

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.

Buy Animoog on iTunes: $29.99

Buy Animoog for iPhone on iTunes: $9.99

Noatikl 2 Update

Intermorphic have updated their generative music maker Noatikl 2, with usability enhancements and new restrictions on people who are not coughing up the $10 to unlock the app.

What's new in Noatikl v2.3.7:

  • Added support for iOS 7
  • Added menu item to send piece as a mail attachment
  • Added support for opening files from email attachments
  • Added support for layered DLS files.
  • Improved usability in Piece view by reorganising position of Open, Add and Edit buttons
  • Audiobus updated to 1.0.2
  • Prior to IAP unlock restrictions introduced for: play time/restart (5 mins), audiobus, multi-channel MIDI

Buy Noatikl 2 on iTunes: Free ($9.99 Unlock IAP)

TC-11 Update

TC-11 developer Bit Shape has been teasing us all for weeks as he resumes development. Today the update finally arrives with new presets that you can immediately jump into and play. The Arpeggio Gnome preset, in homage to Arpeggionome, is a lot of fun!

What's new in TC-11 v1.8.1:


  • Support for iOS 7
  • 8 new patches:
    • Arpeggio Gnome
    • Batteries Included
    • Chordy
    • Electric Sheep
    • Heliosphere
    • Sine Pad
    • Tips
    • Un Lugar
  • Black / white color sets are back!

Bug Fixes:

  • Stuck sequencers fixed
  • Fixed crash when setting AHDSR triggers
  • Minor fixes

Buy TC-11 Synthesizer on iTunes: $24.99

Drake Music Scotland: The Deep

Drake Music Scotland is a non-profit organization that makes music-making opportunities for people with disabilities. Here members Antony, Stephanie, and Rhona perform and improvisation based on the idea of moving from the bottom of the ocean up to the surface. As the name implies, this is quite deep, and conveys a somber mood that is profound for the young age of the participants.

Buy ThumbJam on iTunes: $8.99

How to Make Music on an iPad

Reader Criztoz Crizto is a writer at culture website Something You Said, part of the Vice Network, and wanted to do an article about his passion for iPad music. He conducted interviews with community members Smite Matter, Ryan Hemeon, Jeremy McGill, and myself. Although the subject matter will not be illuminating to regular readers of this site, there are some fun personal insights in here; as we reveal our origin stories and what draws us to the iPad as a music production platform.

What is it that makes some apps succeed where others don’t?

"The immediacy of the on-screen controls is a revelation. The time between having an idea for a sound, and making the changes to your instrument to make that sound, is reduced dramatically from the desktop; where you need to map controls to the expensive control surfaces, or else use your mouse to make changes. The mouse is a hugely inconvenient interface. We take it for granted now, but if you think about how your brain has to do all of this extra relative-position orientation you can see how that adds a layer between you and the creative flow.

The price is also a very important factor, making it much more practical to explore and master different production apps without going into debt. You can have an amazing studio for well under $200, or get started for less than $50. Obviously this doesn’t include the price of the iPad itself, but many people already have iPads; if just to reply to interview emails on the toilet."

- Tim Webb, discchord.com

You can read the full article over on Something You Said.

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