Version 2.4 of the Model 15 brings integration to macOS Big Sur for Logic, GarageBand and MainStage programs. The iOS app is a true-to-life emulation of the physical touring modular synthesizer created in 1964 by Bob Moog. The app also features classic Model 15 modules such as the 921 series oscillators, the 904A Low Pass Filter, the 907 Series Fixed Filter Bank, and others.
Along with MIDI controller capability, the Model 15 provides a Moog keyboard, a 1150 Ribbon Controller, a 22-step arpeggiator, and a polyphonic keyboard with 22 featured scales from Animoog‘s app.
An expansion pack with 80 new modular patches called the Synthesists’s Toolkit is available as a free download for current Model 15 app owners. The patches vary across basses, leads, drums, percussion and pads. Seven new built-in tutorials focused on the nuances of modular synthesis provide training for beginning or more experienced users.
The latest Model 15 update is only in the macOS and iOS platforms (on iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch). There is no word yet on whether the app will become compatible with Windows and other operating systems.
For first-time purchasers, both the Model 15 and plug-in wrapper are available for $29.99. Find more information on the Model 15 on Moog’s website.