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Moog Music Little Phatty

Analog Synth from Moog Music

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moosersmoosers

Moog Music Little PhattyPublished on 04/19/09 at 11:13
The Moog Music Little Phatty is one of the newest Moog synths in a long line of classic instruments. It combines both the classic Moog sound with modern parameters and options. The keyboard spans about two and a half octaves and has 1/4 inch audio inputs and outputs as well as pitch, volume, filter, and gate outputs. It also has a MIDI input and output and has both a pitch and modulation wheel. The Moog Music Little Phatty can be both polyphonic and monophonic, depending on which patch or setting you are using.

UTILIZATION

The configuration of the Moog Music Little Phatty is pretty easy to follow, especially if you have any experience with any type of Moog synth. While there are a lot...…
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The Moog Music Little Phatty is one of the newest Moog synths in a long line of classic instruments. It combines both the classic Moog sound with modern parameters and options. The keyboard spans about two and a half octaves and has 1/4 inch audio inputs and outputs as well as pitch, volume, filter, and gate outputs. It also has a MIDI input and output and has both a pitch and modulation wheel. The Moog Music Little Phatty can be both polyphonic and monophonic, depending on which patch or setting you are using.

UTILIZATION

The configuration of the Moog Music Little Phatty is pretty easy to follow, especially if you have any experience with any type of Moog synth. While there are a lot of parameters to get used to, it only adds to the versatility and overall number of sounds that this can produce. The manual for the Moog Music Little Phatty is pretty thorough and is definitely a good thing to have around while learning this instrument.

SOUNDS

The sound quality of the Moog Music Little Phatty is awesome. It can achieve all of the classic sounds you think of when you think of a Moog synth, but contains the digital aspects that make it capable of storing and recalling sounds easily. The feel of the keyboard is pretty nice and it is an easy instrument to play. The tones from the Moog Music Little Phatty are unique as well as interesting and versatile.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using the Moog Music Little Phatty for about six months and have found it to be a great synth. I believe it is the latest synth that Moog has put out, and it is definitely much cheaper than I would expect a synth of this type to go for. Having both the analog and digital aspects makes this an awesome synth that is perfect for the modern player looking to get vintage sounds. Overall, the Moog Music Little Phatty is another great synthesizer from Moog Music.
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robotron2027robotron2027

Moog Music Little PhattyPublished on 03/12/06 at 12:35
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Moog Music Little PhattyPublished on 05/24/12 at 08:27
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StudiodragonStudiodragon

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Moog Music Little PhattyPublished on 03/09/07 at 20:12
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The last of Moog (2007) or the spirit of Bob trs still sounds alive.
Admittedly the machine is not designed to make large sheets, but for yet a monophonic low rating we ship the solid.
The analog VCO 2 are ultra-stable and Osc. 1 & 2 synchronized.
Envelope section provides two ADSR gnrateurs, a modulating filter and the other modulating the VCA.
Modulation section as it is based on a four LFO waveforms coupled to a 1x1 Mod Buss with 6 possible modulation sources and 4 destinations.

UTILIZATION

Trs retissant beginners to the appearance, I changed my mind during use because the configuration and gnrale edition of sounds is really very simple so trs properly configured.
The...…
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The last of Moog (2007) or the spirit of Bob trs still sounds alive.
Admittedly the machine is not designed to make large sheets, but for yet a monophonic low rating we ship the solid.
The analog VCO 2 are ultra-stable and Osc. 1 & 2 synchronized.
Envelope section provides two ADSR gnrateurs, a modulating filter and the other modulating the VCA.
Modulation section as it is based on a four LFO waveforms coupled to a 1x1 Mod Buss with 6 possible modulation sources and 4 destinations.

UTILIZATION

Trs retissant beginners to the appearance, I changed my mind during use because the configuration and gnrale edition of sounds is really very simple so trs properly configured.
The CONTRL result by four LEDs, each topped with 15 LEDs as indicative everything is simple, clear and fast tamable trs ...

This small variation of the Moog Voyager not need to hide what these great derrire ERRF

SOUNDS

Indeed in some features that are found to remain such as the Waveshape mod. etc..
Some means for modulating (+ Sync.) But overall is a standard.
The LFO is really fast about 50Hz
Bass, bass ...

OVERALL OPINION

Sound OK and really is not one but a minimoog Moog Source can be a like new ...
The manual is in English + one DVD dmonstration included.
Trs qualitprix good value!
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  • Manufacturer: Moog Music
  • Model: Little Phatty
  • Category: Analog Synths
  • Added in our database on: 03/29/2006

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Other names: little phatty, littlephatty, phatty tuner, phattytuner

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