Lots more than I expected has happened over the weekend! A book on iOS music which mentions Animoog, Animoog currently discounted to half its regular price, and an Animoog article on the ‘Create Digital Music’ website featuring my ‘Unanimoog’ album.
Animoog discounted to $14,99 / $1,99
If Animoog discounts matter to you, follow our Animoog version 2.2.4 released this week, there’s no better time to acquire Animoog if you don’t have it already.
Animoog on ‘Create Digital Music’
Second time I get honored this month, in an interesting article named ‘Unanimoog’ Animoog improvisations album. 2,000 people heard my album in the 3 days following this publication, thanks ‘Create Digital Music’ for highlighting Animoog capabilities!
The article includes a great quote for those who might be ambiguous because of Animoog’s price tag:
« And yes, I’d rather pay thirty bucks for that once than 3 bucks a hundred times for stuff I won’t use »
There you go, Animoog doing Indian music!
Making Experimental Music on iPads
Clif Johnston, the president of the Apptronica music label which published my Unanimoog Animoog solos album, just published a book on making experimental music on iPads. The digital book is available for all major platforms and is already a popular hit being at top of charts for several countries. It’s full name and link to get it for only $3 is “Drone, Glitch and Noise: Making Experimental Music on iPads and iPhones” by Clif Johnston.
The book mentions Animoog in a section specific to iOS instrument interfaces:
« In my opinion, Animoog offers one of the best keyboard- like interfaces with full custom scale support. Animoog sounds great itself, but it can also send MIDI to control other apps in the background. You can save custom keyboard configurations with each preset, or lock the current scale in place so you can change presets while keeping the current configuration »
Enjoy life — Alex / Satri for Animoog.org