Arturia iMini – recreation of the classic Minimoog

iMini is a recreation of the classic 1971 Minimoog synthesizer, one of the most iconic synthesizers of all time. In turns the iPad into an ‘old skool’ analog bass monster, as Stefan Bodzin (DJ/producer, remixer) says.

Arturia-iMini

Main features:

  • Realistic recreation of the classic Minimoog sound.
  • Hundreds of sounds created by the top sound designers in the world.
  • Preset compatibility with Arturia Mini V software.
  • Core MIDI support
  • Including MIDI controller mapping
  • WIST sync with other iPAD/Iphone devices
  • High quality sound based on our TAE analog modeling technology.
  • Tabletop Ready iOS application for a complete electronic music studio.iMini requires at least an iPAD 2 and OS 6.0 or later.

Arturia-iMini-iPad

Further information:
www.arturia.com/evolution/en/products/iMini/intro.html

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