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Category: Synths Rank in Category: 19

App History

Dec 01, 2018
Version 1.3
Nov 29, 2018
Nov 22, 2018
Version 1.2.2
Jul 23, 2018
Version 1.2
Jun 07, 2018
Nov 30, 2017
Nov 24, 2017
Version 1.1
Sep 10, 2017
Version 1.0.2
Jun 14, 2017
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.

° 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
° 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 v1.3

+ Keyboard: fixes touch delay
+ IAA Zombie fixed for Audiobus 3
+ Fixed Compatibility for modern devices
+ Sample Manager show file info
+ Opening DocumentsIn Support
+ Control Manager Search show correctly names
+ Latest Audiobus SDK

iPad Screenshots:

iPhone Screenshots:

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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