Reader Marc S. Langelier created a bunch of great sounding Animoog timbres from an unusual source! Back in April the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) posted a video of whale songs recorded 30 kilometers off the shore of Monterey, California. With some patient editing on Marc's part, you can now play synthesized whale songs in Animoog!
The timbres, and presets that use them, can be downloaded for free on the discchord Preset Downloads page. Getting them into Animoog is not a simple task though, since custom timbres are not supported by Moog. Fortunately Marc even has a couple of videos showing you how to do that!
Embedded here is a demo video of the presets. It is weird how every timbre in Animoog takes on a very Animoog tone, but these retain a unique quality that I quite enjoy!
Hello. I am making some Animoog timbres and presets I have created available to any interested Animoog users. The vast majority of sound sources for these timbres come
from MBARI.org's live stream and Moog's "Basic" timbres that I have pitch shifted and crossfaded. These timbres & presets are available for download (7zip archive) via Discchord.com (Thanks Tim!!!)
If you are unfamiliar with exporting timbres, etc., to Animoog, I do have a couple of videos on my YouTube channel that do include demonstrations on how to achieve this with iFunBox:
Thanks for watching & listening!