Categories (Modulate This) Sound Design Moog Music Filtatron Now Available in iTunes App Store Post author By Modulate This! - Synth Tech & Technique Artilcles by Mark Mosher Post date October 18, 2010 5 Comments on Moog Music Filtatron Now Available in iTunes App Store FYI – Moog Music’s Filtatron real-time audio filter and effects engine is now available in the app store for $4.99. It's Moog, it's affordable – kind of a no brainer :^) CLICK HERE to see it on iTunes. Happy downloading. Mark Mosher www.ModulateThis.com www.MarkMosherMusic.com Share this:EmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags filtatron price, filtratron download, moog filtatron, moog ipad, moog iphone, moog ipod touch, Moog Music Filtatron Now Available in iTunes App Store ← Free Ableton Live Pack: Partner Instrument Compilation → I Made Featured Artist of the Week on ReverbNation 5 replies on “Moog Music Filtatron Now Available in iTunes App Store” Mark, sounds like you guys are touching on one of my questions. I haven’t been to the App Store yet, but the Filtatron web page doesn’t really say anything about how the iPhone gets connected to anything. I’ll be interested to hear how people are hooking it up to anything else, what’s working, and what’s not. LikeLike I’m atually not using the phone input yet. Just processing samples in real-time. Wondering if some of the third-party I/O devices would improve on things. LikeLike hmm… considering to buy this. but I have the same problem you have, these apps just don’t really work with my workflow… but I’m working on a homebrew audio in inerface, that might make this a little bit more useful! The problem only is: the input of the iphone is mic only, so you’ll end up having quite a bit of noise until the signal comes out of the other side, due to reduction and subsquent amplification of the signal, add to it that the converters in the iphone are not really top-knotch… but still since I have an iPhone anyway… makes it a little bit more useful… for the investment. LikeLike James, I just got it. I’ll be puttering around with it. So far it’s cool. I just totally crunched up a sample and managed to get it back to my computer :^). My big issue with most mobile apps is I can’t get them integrated into my workflow so this first test was encouraging. It has a pretty incredible set of effects. More when i get a little further along… Mark LikeLike Mark Have you tried this out? I’d be interests in what you think. LikeLike Leave a Comment (First time contributor comments are held for moderation) Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.