- Sight & Sound
April 19th, 2012
The Minimoog Voyager XL promotional price of $4495 ends on April 30th.
Don't miss your opportunity to save $500 on the mother of all Monosynths!
Contact your dealer for details.
Submitted by lmkelly on Wed, 2012-04-18 12:28
The Minitaur may look like a simple beast, but there’s much more to Moog’s most affordable synth than meets the eye...
Submitted by lmkelly on Tue, 2012-04-17 13:40
Sale honoring the Voyager XL being voted the "Best Keyboard/Synthesizer" ends soon, don't miss out!
April 17th, 2012
ASHEVILLE, NC — APRIL 18, 2011 Moog Music have announced the release of the VST AU Little Phatty Editor 2.1.0 for Mac and PC.
The VST AU Little Phatty Editor is a software plug-in application
that provides total control and editing of presets and performance
parameters on the Little Phatty and Slim Phatty analog synthesizers
via MIDI from within a VST or AU compatible DAW.
Submitted by Paul Moog on Mon, 2012-04-16 13:48
Version 2.1.0 is a completely redesigned Phatty Editor for Mac and PC.
April 15th, 2012
April 13th, 2012
The Minituar Editor Librarian (BETA version) is now shipping via email to all registered owners of Minitaur.
The Minitaur Editor Librarian for Mac and PC is a free standalone control application
for the Minitaur Analog Bass synthesizer.
With it, you can control the Minitaur's parameters directly from your computer, including a host of "under the hood" parameters not accessible from the Minitaur front panel.
Jordan Rudess Meets The Slim Phatty Poly Chain
While paying a visit to the Moog Factory in Asheville, NC, Jordan Rudess took a couple of minutes to check out the Slim Phatty Poly Chain.
Spend some time in the Moog Store in Asheville, NC.
MINITAUR + ABLETON LIVE PART 1: The Basics
In part one of this three part series, Moog Product Development Specialist, Amos Gaynes shows you how to integrate the Minitaur Analog Bass Synthesizer into Ableton Live. Learn how to connect your Minitaur using a multi-channel audio interface, setup your session, and produce a simple track. Part one covers MIDI sequencing, filter automation, using the Minitaur as an external instrument, using the Minitaur Editor to load presets, and how to manually dial in basic sounds.