MATRIXSYNTH: The New MOOG

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

The New MOOG


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The Minimalmoog!
via Andre

19 comments:

  1. Wot a foolish design.

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  2. April fools?

    I'd rather get a micromoog for around 500 usd.

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  3. Nice :-) it really is April 1 then.

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  4. Despite the calendar date and the odd
    photoshop job, a somewhat 99% reissue of the original Minimoog would IMHO be the coolest thing Moog could do with all the simulations out there and that half-hearted Voyager OS retro thing...

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  5. Given the fad of the single oscillator sound there might been a market for this in hip hop a few years ago.

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  6. A far better product would have been a MaxiMoog ST, where all the dials go to 11.

    (ST = Spinal Tap, of course)

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  7. Can't say I or anyone I know would buy somthing like that. This has to be a joke.

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  8. Agreed... or larger footwidths at the osc... there is a video on youtube demonstrating a 128' pipe organ register, very funny.

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  9. > Too many keys.

    Not if they're microkorg-sized keys.

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  10. April Moogs everybody....

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  11. 42 keys, G - C...ties into the 42 all over the Moog site with the guitar thingy...

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  12. I guess I'm the only one who would buy this.

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  13. i actually could see the value in this. if it had voltage control outputs and you paired it with moogerfoogers you could effectively have a modular synth.

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  14. I would so buy one of these @ around $500ish. I have always wanted a moog.

    Too bad it's april fools day.

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  15. I'm still waiting for the SMS 2000.

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  16. I'd buy it even at $700...since most of the one osc synths that are good and vintage are $550-700 on ebay anyway.

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