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Category: Synths Rank in Category: 19

App History

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Version 1.2
Jun 07, 2018
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$11.99
Nov 30, 2017
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$6.99
Nov 24, 2017
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Version 1.1
Sep 10, 2017
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Version 1.0.2
Jun 14, 2017
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New App: $11.99
Jun 08, 2017

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iTunes Description:

mood - A personal interpretation of the legendary Analog Synthesizer by Eugenio Giordani

Jordan Rudess says:
The Mood synth has immense sonic ability.
It has captivated my imagination and sense of discovery. 
In usual apeSoft form, it also has all the features that one expects in a top notch IOS instrument app.

Features:
° Audiounit v3
° Audiobus and Inter-App Audio Sender/Filter
° Audiobus 3 MIDI support
° Share Presets and Samples between App and AUv3
° iOS Universal
° 3 Oscillators
° Noise Generator with own envelope
° Sample WARP
° FM Module
° Input Source Processing
° VCF Filter Ladder 24db per octave
° ADSR VCA
° Mono or 16 voices Polyphonic
° Keyboard Tracking and Control
° Keyboard Ribbon Style
° XLFO 7 shapes + Sequencer
° Classical/Vintage Reverberator
° Stereo Delay
° Ring Modulator
° Distort Output
° Full Parameters MIDI/LFO/Accelerometer mapping
° Presets Interpolation Pad
° MIDI Clock and Ableton Link
° Record to .wav file
° AudioCopy/Audioshare/Open In... etc...

What's new in v1.2

+ Hangs notes and Crash bug fixed App/AUv3
+ New Slider/Knobs resizable range for the LFO/MIDI/Accel etc…
+ New implementation for LFO which improve performance when you put app in background or switch app etc..
+ New Send/Receive jitter-free MIDI clock
+ AUv3: LFO Start/Stop bug fixed for multiple instances
+ MIDI Channel for note on/off/pg, fixed
+ Audiobus 3 New MIDI Receiver Port
+ Audiobus 3 latest SDK
+ Ableton LINK latest SDK
+ New Send/Receive jitter-free MIDI clock
+ Disable Auto-Lock Screen
+ iPhone X compatibility

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I love the iMini (Arturia) low end, it blew two sets of speakers. But all considered this is a much better implementation of a Moog. I'm impressed how far things have come in a few years, and at the same time Mood makes me reflect:

- I'm blown away by Animoog's squeezing the Moogjuice out of iOS 5 on the original IPAD, and it's staying presence to this day. I guess moog know what they are doing when it comes to Moog ;-)
- I'm increasingly skeptical of bit-faithful visual clones like Korg's Model 15, a revolution a year ago, but possibly less slavish ios focused modeling apps like Mood, DRC, and others are the way to go
June 12, 2017  | person Paul
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