What makes it so fun to play with is the authenticity of the low pass filter. It has that unmistakeable mooginess. And it runs on your iPhone!!
When it comes to vintage emulations, other things of note are Arturia's iProphet, iMini, and Korg's iMS-20 mini. The latter also looms large and has a beautiful emulation of the Korg low pass filter. Arturia didn't do as well with the Minimoog emulator when it comes to the low pass filter. The Moog app above is just so stunning.
Techno starts with a capital 'T', as in TB-303 and TR-808.
Yea, I keep holding off on getting another iOS app. I think I've mostly bought the wrong ones. The Moog emulations all have me interested. Apparently the sound is there on many of this vintage apps. I just haven't got my mind wrapped around touch screen programing yet. I'm still hardware>mouse>touch screen.
Yeah the Arturia apps are hit and miss but iSEM is great.
I am not keen on getting that new Moog one for a bit because I am having such a hard time figuring out how to use my current apps already. For example I want to like modstep but it's a pain in the ass so far.
And so is virsyn terra for example. Can't seem to get along with those!
Sorry for the thread derailment. I am glad you are enjoying the Moog app, it does look great!
There are so many good ones on iOS and I have to say I love the sounds of the Korg Gadget boxes. Has anybody here used Flock? Looks really interesting, synthesis based on random animal patterning and collection as studied, supposedly to create rich, diverse sounds