Oh dang! Not more gas triggers! Moog content. Just announced...

Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Hey_you, Sep 15, 2021.

  1. Hey_you

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    loopfinding Friend of Leo's

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    way too much for what it is (a monosynth, mono drum, and weirdo synth?). you can build that in euro for half easily.

    the subharmonicon on its own is a cool beast though.
     
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    You bought it or you want it?

    I'd grab it from a dumpster for sure even if the dumpster was full of broken plate glass.
    Just sayin'
     
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    It's cool, accessible and approachable.

    Moog may want to skip the trinkets and make it affordable. The Matriarch just received a 200 dollar price increase. :mad:

    The pack of cards are nice!
     
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    pro: moog treats their employees well, and offers ownership to its employees in the company. and have been generous fostering makenoise development. and generally don’t put out crap (i’ll forgive the source).

    con: a lot of the euro/cheaper stuff is outsourced except for final assembly. not that i have a problem with that, it's just my incentive to purchase is not especially high when i can get a lot of things like that from other mom n pop euro companies from the states, canada or EU for a better price.

    the more modern keyboard synths or minitaur are pretty tight and well thought out though. if i knew how to use a keyboard like a guitar instead of just making car alarm noises i would consider. i'm more of a "dirty japanese" (eg ms-20, mono/poly, sh-101) kind of guy myself, but the moog stuff has always sounded good regardless of era.
     
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    The MS-20 is great even though it's "missing" a sine wave oscillator :).
     
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    Too rich for me, and I have to buy the Behringer imitations given my skill level anyway. Good enough for my awful skill level!
     
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    You could learn as much subtractive synthesis on a Behringer Model D as Moog Mother 32. Nothing wrong with a "cheap" synth.
     
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    I feel my life will not be complete without owning a Moog. Looks like a good way to jump in. A nice looking package. Tho I really was not excited about the Subharmonicon when it was released.. But one day when I move and have space, Rack Components look good to me.
    And I do have a Beh. Mod. D to go with a Yamaha SY 77. I run those through a Strymon NightSky. Fun!
    I had it on a few hours tonight jumping on the keys when a rousing song plays!
     
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    Now that the Bobster has gone on the voltage control analog nirvana, I'll say it, cool gear priced like mana from the heavens.
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    Yeah, I love the Moog sound but would have to go with Behringer D or Poly-D myself. They really do sound good. Nothing beats that Mini Moog D model funk bass sound and the Behringer Poly-D nails it and has a few improvements to boot!
     
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    to be honest I have 2 Behringer mod D's and as a mini moog owner from the past I have to say I dont hear much of a difference between the Moog D and the behringer D plus it comes with midi ( that is huge)
     
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    at one time I had 2X MS 20's, 2 X MS 10's and 2 X SQ10's and although the filters were unique on those Beasties I could not connect with them
     
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    this what I built in the past few months and its a monster

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    a closeup of the eurorack portions , I now have 2 arturia keysteps, great digital sequencers
    today I was working with 6 oscillator mod D sounds it was gargantuan and phat , the behringer Crave is a clone of the mother 32 and at only 200.00 works fine by me,
    safe assume I have fun!

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    … AND an ARP 2600!!!! OMG!! What a setup!!
     
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    let the learning curve begin LOL

    I chose semi modular units rather than eurorack exclusive some of the modules are crazy expensive and this gets the job done

    ever heard a 2600 through a moog sequencer?
     
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    for the 1900.00 price tag of the cool moog set up you could get 2 X barp 2600's ( 699.00 each) and still have coins in your pocket
     
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