1,713 presets, that’s how many presets sound designers gave us to explore. Thank you. Without you, Animoog wouldn’t be the Animoog I love so much today. As a mean to thank you dear sound designers and to highlight your work, I’m pleased to provide this major update to the List of Animoog Expansion Packs.
What’s new and improved
Version 1.2 brings:
- Added Alba Ecstasy’s 429 presets bundle
- I find those presets pretty amazing, however, they don’t fully leverage Animoog’s polypressure by default — you need to go to the ENV/MOD tab and manually configure polypressure (I plan to eventually write documentation describing how to do that)
- Added Sunsine Audio’s 254 presets bundle
- As far as I’ve tested so far, Sunsine Audio presets don’t leverage Animoog’s polypressure by default — you need to go to the ENV/MOD tab and manually configure polypressure
- Added ‘Luftrum 8’ 64 presets
- Updated the ‘BASE Pack’ info, which is now free and available from the in-app store
- Updated Airplane Shadow presets, which are now hosted on Animoog Love itself, thanks to Jeremy Lewis
- Added the number of presets for the Halloween pack
- Changed & added colors to the table
- Improved third-party packs installation instructions — yes, it’s much easier with iFunbox than with the official instructions
- And a few other minor modifications such as: ordered the list in a way that makes more sense, removed the reference to the html and csv versions of the table, and various other minor improvements
Here’s two examples of improvisations done with the Alba Ecstasy presets bundle. Since stereo ping pong is abused, headphones are required.
I need your help. Can someone tell us in the comments below how many presets and timbres there are in the vanilla Animoog? That info is missing from the table. Thanks!
Click on the following image to head to the exhaustive list of expansion packs!
Wish list and hiatus until August
Unrelated, I also updated the Animoog improvements wish list with a few enhancements and ideas, such as leveraging the iPad’s accelerometer sensor and allowing it to act as a ‘control’ in the ENV/MOD tab, thus enabling vibratos and pitch bending by shaking and turning (changing the orientation of) your iPad
I’ll be away for the upcoming weeks until the end of July. Expect Animoog news upon my return. Meanwhile, enjoy Animoog! — Alex / Satri