[VIDEO] First Look at Animoog Now Available For BlackBerry 10

Screen Shot 2013 05 15 at 11.13.57 PM [VIDEO] First Look at Animoog Now Available For BlackBerry 10

Here’s a little treat for all you audiophiles out there. The brilliant minds over at moog have officially released their BlackBerry 10 application and it is AWESOME! For 99 cents you can have your own synthesizer in the palm of your hand. This is hands down, the coolest app I have ever purchased for BlackBerry. 

This application brings synthesizing and mobile computing to an entirely new level. The multitouch support enables as many fingers as you can possibly fit on the screen and the presets really open the doors for some really interesting beats. The graphic interface is something out of this world; it’s fluid, colorful, and perfect for BlackBerry 10. The touch controls are on par and incredibly responsive, which I would expect for a BlackBerry 10 native app.

Animoog is the first professional synthesizer designed especially for BlackBerry 10. Powered by Moog’s new Anisotropic Synthesis Engine, Animoog captures the vast sonic vocabulary of Moog synthesizers and applies it to the moderntouch surface paradigm, enabling any user to quickly sculpt incredibly fluid and dynamic sounds that live, breathe, and evolve as you play them.

It’s only $0.99 cents in celebration of it’s launch on BB10 so grab it while it’s hot! Head over to BlackBerry World to download Animoog.

A more in-depth video review to follow…and definitely let us know how you like this app.

 [VIDEO] First Look at Animoog Now Available For BlackBerry 10
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 [VIDEO] First Look at Animoog Now Available For BlackBerry 10

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    • FunkyDread author says

      Why? MP3 is a none professional audio format! For mastering or using your file in other programs is it the best way you didn’t use mp3

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