Korg and Moog make free apps for quarantined artists

The coronavirus pandemic requires that we isolate ourselves at home. However, neither Moog nor Korg want the home stay to be boring. In order to boost musical beings and stimulate the creativity of those who have music as an expression tool, both companies have made some of their mobile applications free.

In the case of Moog, the Minimoog Model D can now be downloaded free of charge for iOS. This digital synthesizer should not be free of cost for a long time, so it requires some speed from all interested parties. However, Moog did not advance until when the application will be available free of charge on the App Store.

More substantial is the discount that Korg applied to its Kaossilator applications, which cost 19 euros in normal times. These apps will be available for free until today, for Android, and iKaossilator can be downloaded free of charge, for iOS, until the last day of the month.

Both applications are competent tools for making audio loops and making simpler pieces. If you are looking for software that allows you to create more complex tracks with a superior level of technical realism, this may not be the solution.