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Software, Mobile, iOS
Minimoog Model D Synthesizer v1.2.11 for iPhone & iPad screenshot
Minimoog Model D Synthesizer v1.2.11 for iPhone & iPad screenshot
iPhone & iPad | iOS 10.3 or later | 101 MB
The Minimoog Model D App is a mobile transmutation of the world’s first portable synthesizer, the Minimoog Model D. Optimized for use on all 64-bit iOS devices, anyone can jump in and play with over 160 included presets or lay fingers to the controls and begin exploring vast magical realms of creative potential.

Taking full advantage of the iOS platform, the Minimoog Model D App incorporates a number of inspiring sound creation tools and capabilities not present on its analog antecedent. New functions include the ability to play chords with up to four-note polyphony, an easy-to-use arpeggiator for rhythmic pattern creation, a real time looping recorder with unlimited overdubbing capacity, a tempo-synchronizable stereo ping pong delay module, and the Bender -- a wide-range stereo time modulation effect module.

The Minimoog Model D App also supports AUv3 Audio Unit extensions, which allows multiple instances of this powerful instrument to be used simultaneously within compatible iOS apps like Apple’s GarageBand®.

Introduced by Moog in 1970, the Minimoog Model D served as the archetype for all electronic keyboards that followed. It gave users the ability to design their own sounds, translating imagination into reality. The Minimoog’s portability, affordability and accessibility made it the go-to instrument for musicians looking to expand beyond the traditional sounds of the time. Bernie Worrell used the Minimoog Model D to establish Parliament Funkadelic’s futuristic funk sound. Kraftwerk employed the Minimoog Model D on the successful concept album Autobahn, sparking an entirely new genre. Gary Numan replaced his live band’s guitars with Minimoog Model Ds, creating the prototype for industrial music. The classic sound of the Minimoog Model D can be heard on Bob Marley’s Catch A Fire, Michael Jackson’s Thriller and Dr. Dre’s The Chronic; Detailed in the mini-doc series “A Brief History Of The Minimoog”.

• Ships with over 160 presets (Hundreds more available in the Minimoog Model D App Store)
• Up to 4-notes of polyphony
• Easily share presets and audio recordings with friends
• Arpeggiator module with note-hold capability
• Stereo ping-pong delay effect
• Bender time modulation effect
• Real-time looping recorder with overdub and immediate sharing
• Selectable envelope shapes and triggering behavior
• Effortless MIDI CC mapping
• Seamlessly backup presets to iCloud
• Play mode for easier panel and keyboard interaction
• A new take on the classic feedback/overload path

• All 64-bit iOS devices
• AUv3 Audio Unit Extensions (Including GarageBand)
• Note-per-channel MIDI controllers (MPE)
• Ableton Link
• Inter-App Audio and Audiobus
• 7 and 14-Bit MIDI
• MIDI Program Changes
• Bluetooth LE MIDI controllers
• Share over AirDrop, Mail or other iOS applications

Compatibility : Requires iOS 10.3 or later

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  Member 11.02.2014 63
anyone can use this within a DAW as a auv3 unit?
i am not jailbraked, i resigned and sideloaded it with my own developer account, and can open the app itself.
but not as an auv3 plugin....
  Member 16.04.2012 21
Yes you can! With midimux. It’s an app you have to install on your iOS device and on your computer (pc or Mac). Open the iOS app and load the Moog instance as an plugin, connect your iOS device via usb to your computer thajn open the midimux as an Instrumenten your daw. Audio and Midi will be transferred via the usb connection. You’re even be able to bounce your recording but take care you have to choose real-time bouncing otherwise it won’t work!
  Member 11.02.2014 63
thank you, unfortunately I explained myself a little bit wrong it seems,
i dont want to use my desktop DAW - i want to use the plugin in my cubasis daw for example on my ipad. or nanostudio 2 or beatmaker 3....
but it seems to be not possible without jailbreak... as sideloaded apps cannot be opened within a DAW like Cubasis as an AUv3 app plugin
  Member 16.04.2012 21
I do have cubasis 2 here. Open cubasis, add a midi track (grand piano) Open the instrument tab in the inspector Click at the piano Symbol than Micro Sonic player opens. Obove it is a small symbol called instruments, click on it, than choose the first entry micro sonic with the arrow to the left and than you can choose audio Units and choose your au3 Plugin. That’s it.
  Member 11.02.2014 63
yes thats the way I already tried,
but I only get a black screen instead of the plugin window.
and i guess its because of sideloading.
if you jailbrake the device it should work I see?
  Resident 26.01.2014 2328
yeah, i have no idea how one would install this from a mac, as far as i know, the last jailbreaked iOS was 9.3.4, so I'm not sure how you would do it...
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  Member 4.06.2018 1
iOS 12.4.4 or 13.x depend on device (r/jailbreak/)
  Resident 26.01.2014 2328
gotcha, thanks. thought that was all dead in the water of late...
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