Moog application brings the classic Model 15 modular synth to the Mac
You won’t need to start up a cell phone (or spend a fortune on the real thing) to utilize Moog’s Model 15 for music creation. The organization has updated its Model 15 application to present support for Mac clients running Big Sur, carrying the modular synthesizer to a lot bigger screens. You’ll actually have control over filter, oscillators and different features, including the abundance of patch cords. Be that as it may, the Mac overhaul encourages you integrate the Model 15 into creative applications like Logic Pro X.
You’ll additionally discover seven new tutorials to clarify the nuances of modular synths, and a free expansion pack (accessible to each client) adds 80 patches for a range of styles. It’s native to both Apple Silicon Macs and Intel models.
The update is free in the event that you as of now have the Model 15 application for your iPad or iPhone, yet will cost you $30 in case you’re a newcomer. That is a lot less expensive than the $10,000 Moog was charging for its restricted run of the physical synth quite a while back, nonetheless. It’s likewise a generally insignificant expense for a music production suite, in any event in case you decide to make an analog synth a staple of your collection.