Posted on 28/09/2017

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The Moog 2600?

THE MOOG 2600? One of the many wonderful things about the Eurorack modular standard is that it lets you combine and assemble modules from different manufacturers into a custom dream system, that only you may have. I was intrigued by the KB-37 Eurorack keyboard from Waldorf, consisting of a quite potent controller keyboard, with room [...]

Posted on 11/08/2012

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MoogerFooger MuRF MF-105

Like all the MoogerFooger pedal-style units, the MuRF is built like a tank, and still has that definite Moog look and touch. Controls are reassuringly firm and tight, and the whole thing oozes quality. The sound The MuRF is capable of rhythmic filtering and overdrive of the input material. A range of rhythmic patterns are […]

Posted on 01/10/1986

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Moog System 35 Modular Synthesizer

STUDIOGEARSYNTHESIZERSMODULAR A LEGENDARY CENTREPIECE The Moog System 35 Synthesizer is the heart of Ranum Studio Copenhagens large Modular System. Produced in 1979, this is a truly magnificent piece of equipment with military grade components, beautifully soldered and mounted in a wooden cabinet. WELCOME TO THE FAMILY I had the luck of being offered the Moog [...]

Posted on 01/10/1976

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Moog Sonic 6 Synthesizer

The first synthesizer I acquired was the rather special Moog Sonic 6, which lacked some of the MiniMoog's performance features, but offered quite a lot more possibilities for experimentation. It still had the fat Moog filter sound, but the limited Envelope Generator somewhat narrows its potential for traditional musical synth sounds. The Sonic 6 was originally [...]