- Sight & Sound
Submitted by Emmy Parker on Tue, 2011-04-26 18:25
Welcome to the world of Moogerfooger Analog Effects Modules. Moogerfoogers are a direct descendent of the original modular Moog synthesizers. Housed in a rugged steel and hardwood enclosure, the Moogerfooger’s timeless good looks, versatility, and exceptional sound quality is designed to be equally at home on stage or in the studio. Their expansive functionality combined with warm, analog sound come from their state-of-the-art all-analog circuitry, designed and built under Bob Moog's personal direction.
Submitted by Emmy Parker on Tue, 2011-04-26 18:09
The Moog Guitar: winner of Guitar Player Magazine's 2009 Reader's Choice Award, Electronic Musician Magazine's 2009 Editor's Choice Award; 2008 Summer NAMM "Best In Show"; a 2008 “Best of What’s New Award” from Popular Science Magazine and a 2009 Mix Foundation TEC Award. More importantly, it has inspired players to new creative heights, and opened the door to totally new forms of expression with a guitar.
Submitted by Emmy Parker on Tue, 2011-04-26 18:07
The Moog Music story begins in 1954, when a young Bob Moog began building theremins, one of the oldest electronic instruments, and the only one known that you play without touching, in his basement with his father. For the uninitiated, the theremin is a single oscillator instrument that uses two metal rod antennas to control pitch and amplitude. The left antenna (a horizontal hoop) reduces the amplitude as the left hand is moved closer to it, while the right antenna (a vertical pole) increases the pitch as the right hand is moved towards it.
Submitted by Emmy Parker on Tue, 2011-04-26 17:55
Submitted by Emmy Parker on Tue, 2011-04-26 17:51
“The Little Phatty is a true analog monosynth in every sense: it's a monophonic, monotimbral, monaural subtractive synthesizer with analog circuitry throughout. Ideal for beginners and pros alike, the LP puts every parameter right at your fingertips…
Any synthesist who relies entirely on software or all-digital instruments is missing an essential color from his or her timbral palette, and the Little Phatty fills that gap...” Electronic Musician, 2007
Submitted by Emmy Parker on Tue, 2011-04-26 17:45
Minitaur is a compact and powerful analog bass synthesizer that features a classic one knob per function design. It packs legendary analog Moog bass into a package designed to fit seamlessly into today's performance and production environments.
Submitted by Emmy Parker on Tue, 2011-04-26 17:16
The new Moog Taurus 3 Bass Pedals faithfully recreate the sound of the legendary Taurus I. We started with an in-depth analysis of the original circuitry, and then added modern amenities like MIDI and USB. We didn’t stop until we had created a work of art that can knock down a small building. If you're serious about bass, take the next step up to the ultimate bass synthesizer: Taurus 3 Bass Pedals.
Considering doing an upgrade yourself?
You must be mechanically adept and capable of using a Voltmeter...or take it to your local technician.
Detailed instructions are included and can be reviewed under the....
Little Phatty Control Voltage Output Modification
Make your Little Phatty the center of a modular universe. This exciting modification gives you the power to control Moogerfoogers and other analog gear with Control Voltages generated by your Little Phatty.
The list of possible applications is as endless as your imagination.
The LP CV Out Mod gives your LP five 1/4" analog CV outputs.
- Gate (O to +5V)
- Pitch (1 volt per octave)
- Volume Envelope (0 to 5 Volts)
- Filter Envelope (O to 5 Volts)
- Mod Bus (Variable)
Moog Music currently offers a variety of exciting Factory Modifications to current Moog Music instruments. Purchasing Info This is a Factory Upgrade only; Field Upgrades are not available. You will need to ship the unit to the Moog factory. Step one is to obtain an Return Material Authorization (RMA) number. Use our online RMA Request. Register your Voyager. Choose "Customer Service" and click "Repair". Follow the steps from there. Alternatively, call Moog for an RMA# and order processing prior to shipping. Step two: If you have the original packing material, we strongly suggest that you carefully pack the unit in it and overpack that box in another shipping box. Do not ship your equipment to Moog Music until you have received an RMA number.