iMini offers a level of sound quality never before found on the iPad, as well as over 500 sounds by leading sound designers. iMini is a recreation of the legendary synthesizer created by Bob Moog in 1971, one of most iconic synthesizers of all time. Use it in Tabletop to compose your music.
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The 1971 reference of the iMini was made famous by artists and bands such as Stevie Wonder, Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk, Keith Emerson, Devo, Jean Michel Jarre and more. We brought the features and sound of this classic to the iOS platform! iMini not only recreates the look and feel of the most legendary synthesizer, it does it with unparalleled sound quality. iMini is based on the award winning Arturia Mini V software that was created in partnership with Dr. Robert Moog himself, back in 2003. Thanks to this heritage, continuous research and refinements over the years, iMini comes with amazing sound quality and a large collection of preset sounds created by top sound designers such as Klaus Schulze (Tangerine Dream) and Geoff Downes (Asia).
You can play iMini’s numerous sounds from the iPad keyboard. You can create your own sounds and start building your personal sound palette.
If you are an owner of the Arturia Mini V software on your Mac or PC, you can import and export sounds between your laptop or desktop Mini V and iMini.
You can also control iMini from a MIDI keyboard via CoreMIDI and integrate it into your studio or live performances.
iMini is a Tabletop Ready app. The connect menu allows you to connect iMini to the Retronyms Tabletop app, giving you an integration with a complete studio environment. You can use multiple instances of iMini; record your performance into a real-time sequencer; automate any of the parameters; add effects; process other modules through the iMini filters, and more. Tabletop also features add-ons for more effects and instruments from other 3rd party companies.
iMini is compatible with as old as iPad Mini, iPad 2, and newer. iMini supports iOS 8 and higher. iMini supports InterApp Audio and Audiobus.
- Classic sound of the 1971 legendary synthesizer
- 3 Oscillators
- 24db per octave filter
- Simulated headphone jack/external input feedback
- 2 Assignable XY pads
- Chromatic or tuned scale keyboard modes
- Polyphonic mode
- Full featured arpeggiator
- HOLD and MEMORY latch modes
- Octave span
- 5 note order modes
- Speed and sync controls
- Virtual analog chorus and analog delay
- Owners of both the iMini and Mini V software apps can transfer sounds from one platform to the other via iTunes.
- Full user MIDI mapping of panel controls
- Supports WIST sync with other iOS devices
- Tabletop Ready app
- Soundcloud seeder (via Tabletop)
- Render to .wav file (via Tabletop)
- AudioCopy to paste your audio into another iPad application (via Tabletop)
We improved Audiobus compatibility.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
So great Moog but no au
Hey guys wassup, listen this is a great app and I’ve been using it for the last cpl of years as iaa adding bass lines, pads, leads and more to my production. It’s always served my Moog needs for an iOS app, buuuut now Moog themselves has come out with the Model D their own version of THEIR synthesizer, with Auv3 compatibility. I’m a loyal customer Retronyms/Arturia, as Impc2 is my number 1 Beat making app, along with iProphet my number 1 for analog pads n Chords.. IMini is a great a beautiful sounding app.. it needs to be updated tho along with iprophet take your apps into the future
Good sounds - some big flaws - better apps exist.
For the cost, this is a great MiniMoog emulator. The presets in the app are good, and there’s a lot of plasticity of sound. However, there are some big flaws - the Audiobus support really isn’t what it should be, the app is very rarely updated, and most importantly, the “Tap to set BPM” function is completely broken - on all platforms and versions of iOS, tapping this button instantly crashes the app every time. (Trust me, I tried this on a lot of iPads.) I used to have a review here that said I loved this app except for this one fatal flaw, but honestly - at this point, this app doesn’t impress me all that much. There are now a number of MiniMoog emulators on the market - most of all, Moog’s own Model D app, which looks and feels like iMini, except with a LOT more functionality and better sound. (And the BPM controls don’t crash the app!) My advice: skip the iMini and spend a few extra bucks on Model D instead. It’s worth it.
Dropped the ball big time
Once upon a time this was one of my favorite iOS synth, sadly, the ball has been dropped by not making this an Audio Unit a year ago. Frankly, it’s no point to even bother making it one now since Mood released the model D, and to be honest, I literally forgot this existed.
At this point, Auria needs to just release something else and make sure it’s an Audio Unit, because if it isn’t, it will be a no sale.
While this still sounds good, I would not suggest it to anyone.
Audio Unit is the present/future of iOS and anyone who can’t grasp that should not develop for the iOS music platform.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.