Would you believe that expansion packs provide over 1,300 new presets and over 4,700 new timbres for you to play with in Animoog? Here’s significant value on Animoog.org for Animoog users – an exhaustive list of Animoog expansion packs documentation. Why it’s useful?
« Lots of expansion packs can be purchased and installed directly from within the Animoog app under the ‘STORE’ tab, however, several high-quality presets and timbres are not available from within the app itself — that’s the value of the following table, to help us find those valuable gems no matter where they hide! »
Instead of copying the whole new page, just take a look at it. It’s far from what I had in mind initially, but what matters is that it exists now, and thanks to community contributions, I hope it’s going to dramatically improve over time!
The new table is available as a png, a pdf and as an interactive table. The content of the table is also available on Github. As usual, any contribution is welcomed.
Other recent updates on Animoog.org
There were also a few other significant improvements to the site, such as more precise Welcome page indicating what is actually available on the site vs what is planned. I also added a new section in the Animoog improvements wish list regarding inter-app connectivity.
Take care! — Alex, aka Satri