Moog iOS Apps Are FREE Right Now! 🔥🔥🔥


Moog Music offers the Model 15 Modular Synthesizer ($29.99), Minimoog Model D Synthesizer ($19.99), Filtatron ($4.99), Theremini Editor, and Animoog ($29.99) apps as free downloads from the App Store for a limited time only.

All four apps are completely free to download from the app store. This is a limited-time offer, but there’s no info on when it will expire. However, it’s worth pointing out that, once downloaded, the apps are yours to keep forever.

See also: May 2021 Deals & Freebies For Music Producers

Please note that you will need a compatible device that can run iOS apps, so either an iPad, an iPhone, iPod Touch, or a Mac. The apps can run standalone or (in some cases) as an AUv3 plugin in a compatible plugin host.

Let’s take a closer look at the four apps.

Minimoog Model D Synthesizer

Minimoog Model D Synthesizer is a faithful recreation of Moog’s legendary Minimoog synth. If you’re looking for authentic Moog sounds on the go, this should be your first pick.

The Model D app delivers amazing bass and lead sounds, as expected from a proper Minimoog emulation. It also adds a built-in preset manager, packed with 160 presets to help you get started.

Model 15 Modular Synthesizer

Model 15 Modular Synthesizer is a modular synth app developed by none other than Moog. Whereas Model D excels as a quick-and-easy analog bass machine, the Model 15 app is the one to choose if you enjoy spending hours building complex modular patches.

Model 15 Modular Synthesizer by Moog Music Inc.

Model 15’s user interface delivers its fair share of multi-colored virtual patch cables.

As its name suggests, Model 15 emulates Moog’s famous hardware modular synthesizer. The app edition is polyphonic and takes next to zero space in your studio.

Definitely worth the download if you’re into modular synthesizers or if you’re looking to take your first step into the world of modular synthesis.


Animoog is an oldie but still a goodie. It was Moog’s first-ever software polysynth developed exclusively for the iPad.

The instrument takes advantage of the Anisotropic Synth Engine (ASE) to deliver desktop-quality sounds on portable devices.

Unlike the Model 15 and Model D apps, the Animoog synth fully embraces the phone/tablet form factor to deliver a more hands-on experience. Since its interface is not based on hardware, it is more intuitive and fun to use on a touchscreen.


Filtatron is a Moog-style filter with a built-in sampler and an oscillator. Pass any sound through the filter via the line/microphone input and add some grit to your recordings.

Unfortunately, Filtatron isn’t available in the AUv3 plugin format.

Download Moog Apps For FREE!

Visit the Moog Music page on the App Store via the link below and download the apps to your favorite iOS device.

Thanks to our friends at Synth Anatomy for spotting this epic deal! Follow them for the latest info on all things synth-related.

More info: Moog Music Apps (FREE for a limited time, available on iOS)

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Tomislav is a music producer and sound designer from Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief at Bedroom Producers Blog.


    • Tomislav Zlatic


      I bought the Model D app back in the day and it’s still my favorite iOS synth. Sounds fantastic.

  1. Great News, thanx for info!

    No time for a longer comment, I have to grab my iPad and start downloading.

  2. Aw man. I tried to get these on the off chance that I eventually get an iPad and it looks like they’re gone. Oh well.

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