Moog and Korg Helping You Create During Quarantine

Free downloads and creativity await you!

March 16, 2020
Sequencer synthesizer



Pitchfork is reporting that the nerds at synthesizer companies Moog and Korg have made synth apps available for free download.

As we approach the near complete temporary shutdown of our culture, it's gonna be a troubling, anxious time.

First, take three to five deep breaths. 

Second, get off the damn internet and be productive. "But I'm worried about money!!!" Yeah, same. But you can be productive without having to drop any cash and it gets that nomadic instinct human to settle down. Clean the garage, do some pushups, write a screenplay or in this case, make some spacey sounds!

"Moog’s Minimoog Model D iOS app and Korg’s iKaossilator app for iOS and Android are available for free for a limited time," says Pitchfork.

That makes me miss my old microkorg and the hours of lights out knob twisting action of my 20's!

Now if only the legal weed was free and the funyun truck broke down outside your place...

Here's a band that uses a physical Kaosspad:

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