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Get all of Moog’s iOS synth apps FOR FREE!

The Minimoog, Model 15, Animoog and Filtatron are currently all available for absolutely nothing. Be quick; once they’re gone, they’re gone!

If you’re an electronic music producer, we have some brilliant news for you – but you’ll have to move fast!

For reasons unannounced, Moog has just made all of its iOS apps – Model 15, Minimoog Model D, Animoog and Filtatron – available for free.

The whole suite – costing a total of around £70 – is currently available on the Apple App Store for absolutely nothing. We think you’ll agree that this isn’t something you’d want to miss out on, considering the quality of synths on offer and the savings at hand.

The good news doesn’t stop there, oh no. There’s a further bonus for some Mac owners, too; Model 15 also runs as an AUv3 plugin in Logic, GarageBand and c. However, it’s only available to users running macOS Big Sur.

There has been no official or unofficial announcement from anybody at Moog to explain why this is happening, nor how long it will last. With that in mind, we recommend you get your hands on these before somebody pulls the plug!
All of this is up for grabs as we speak on Apple’s App Store.

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