Moog has released Animoog Z, a synthesiser for iOS and desktop devices. Available as a free download from the App Store or as a full version for $9.99, Animoog Z runs on iOS devices or as a plug-in in desktop DAWs. The 16-voice design is based on what Moog calls a Three-Dimensional Anisotropic Synth Engine, which allows the user to morph between X, Y, and Z axes on a 3D scale, blending ideas from wavetable and vector synthesis. Pitch-shifting and modulation is available on a polyphonic basis, meaning individual parameters and notes can be controlled per note via the built-in, pressure-sensitive keyboard. A ten-slot modulation matrix provides scope for extensive sound design capabilities, which manipulate sound sources recorded from vintage and modern Moog synths and a host of filter and effects algorithms. See the Animoog Z in action with Suzanne Ciani.