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Moog Model 15 Alternatives

Moog Model 15 is described as 'Moog's iconic modular synthesizer has been meticulously recreated for iOS. Built on Apple’s Metal advanced graphics engine, the Moog Model 15 offers unaparelleled expression though a zooming, panning environment and with modular patching that feels natural, faithfully' and is an app in the audio & music category. There are seven alternatives to Moog Model 15 for iPad, iPhone, Mac and AudioBus. The best alternative is KORG Gadget, which is free. Other great apps like Moog Model 15 are KORG iWAVESTATION, Poison-202, KORG iMS-20 and Animoog.

Moog Model 15 alternatives are mainly Music Production Apps but may also be Digital Audio Workstations. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of Moog Model 15.
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    KORG Gadget

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    33 alternatives to KORG Gadget 

    KORG Gadget offers a collection of more than 20* different synthesizers and drum machines called “Gadgets.” These gadgets were designed to assist the user to produce powerful electronic music. The latest version features universal support not only for the iPad, but also for the...

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    1.  Music SequencerRecord, edit, or play back music with KORG Gadget, by handling note and performance information.
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  2. KORG iWAVESTATION icon

    KORG iWAVESTATION

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    9 alternatives to KORG iWAVESTATION 

    A classic hardware synthesizer from the 1990s, KORG's WAVESTATION has been completely and accurately reproduced for iOS. iWAVESTATION combines the power of the classic "advanced vector synthesis system" with a renewed, touch-based design to let you intuitively...

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    1.  Virtual InstrumentKORG iWAVESTATION uses mainy virtual instruments (piano, guitar, drums, bass, etc.).
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    Poison-202

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    8 alternatives to Poison-202 

    Poison-202 is virtual synth that emulates the sounds of classic hardware synths from the '80s and '90s. The synth is capable of reproducing sounds from nearly any classic synth timbre.

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    KORG iMS-20

    • iPad
    • AudioBus
    8 alternatives to KORG iMS-20 

    iMS-20 is an analog synth studio; a complete recreation of the Korg MS-20 synth, an analog sequencer, a drum machine, and even Korg's Kaoss Pad technology.

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    Animoog

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    • AudioBus
    8 alternatives to Animoog 

    Animoog captures the vast sonic vocabulary of Moog synthesizers and applies it to the modern touch surface paradigm, enabling you to quickly sculpt incredibly fluid and dynamic sounds that live, breathe, and evolve as you play them.

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    ARP ODYSSEi

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    • iPad
    8 alternatives to ARP ODYSSEi 

    ARP ODYSSEi is a masterful recreation of Korg's legendary 1972 synthesizer, the ARP Odyssey. It's a polyphonic, analog synth made exclusively for iOS from the masters themselves.

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    KORG iM1

    8 alternatives to KORG iM1 

    Since it went on sale in 1988 the legendary M1 music workstation rapidly achieved record-breaking sales, becoming a mainstay of the music scene from the late 1980s and beyond. The common element of electronic instruments that have left their name in history is that they had a...

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