In a time of crisis and self-isolation, Moog and Korg have got you covered, because they’ve just released their synthesiser app for free.
After practically every part of society has shutdown in order to slow the spread of Coronavirus, people need things to keep them entertained in the interim.
Moog and Korg have released an iOS and Android app with their signature synthesiser for free during the Coronavirus crisis.
For all musicians out there, and all aspiring artists, this gift could not be more appreciated. The launch of the Minimoog back in 1970 paved the way for the future of music, period. The affordable instrument allowed musicians to experience a whole new world of sounds at their fingertips. People are now able to experience this world completely for free. You can grab them at the iOS and Android app stores for only a limited time only.
In a statement from the company, Moog Synthesisers described the app as, “A gift to spread positivity, creativity, and expressivity. A moment to slow down, appreciate our innate strength, & experience the uplifting power of sound.” They ended their statement with, “Stay open, stay safe, and #synthesizelove.”
Korg added in their own personal statement that the app was designed for people who were “self-quarantining & working from home.” This should be a good way to spend the many hours we may have free and start fledgling music careers in waiting. Stay safe and keep synthesising that love.