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Moog Music Little Phatty Stage Edition
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Moog Music Little Phatty Stage Edition

Analog Synth from Moog Music .

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Ikkini Ikkini
Publié le 06/28/08 à 05:03
Full monophonic synth in the engine sound.
The keyboard is perfectible trs, the potentiomtres are too few, a little soft and knowing that they control several paramtres each, they could be endless to simplify things when moving from one paramtre another.

UTILIZATION

The manual is clear, you just download any pdf after each updating the firmware.
Operation is simple and clear, but the number of potentiomtres trs is really just as much as as I said prcdemment, the buttons are not endless, so if you go with a same knob worth lifting of a parameter value of another opposite Settings, there are sometimes dcrochages. They are however, trs prcis making use still enjoyable provided you do not want to use too much paramtres in real time. The modulation matrix is ​​a bit too limited for ACCS and more opportunities, we must return to the sub-menus not very accessible. This requires therefore prparer synth sounds in his studio and play them back without wanting to change too much about the scne. To record a musical manipulation ncessitent total live sound, it is not subject IDAL.

SOUNDS

L no worries, a ring! The standards are low, even without the filter oscillators make you immediately forget the formulations numriques same in good order. If you like the Moog sound, you will find it. Trs impressive on the big bass is just as comfortable on the leads thunderous.

OVERALL OPINION

This synth is a marvel of a sound point of view. To provide the quality of its affordable, Moog has chosen not to make the economy sound, but the plutt CONTRL. So we end up with a machine not very instinctive, but ultimately what we're looking for most: a big p **** n's !!!!!!!!
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