Moog Music Taurus 3 Bass Pedals
Moog Music Taurus 3 Bass Pedals

Taurus 3 Bass Pedals, Analog Synth from Moog Music.

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j'arrete demain 10/06/2010

Moog Music Taurus 3 Bass Pedals : j'arrete demain's user review


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Monophonic analog synth
13 notes pedalboard setup piano (transposed)
12 banks use 4 tones + 4 foot controlled factory sounds
editing parameters fairly complete, but no sine wave
control knob at the base, volume of output + 1 for each parameter defined by the user.
footswitch controls: transpose, glide, decay, an octave
hi and lo jack outputs
taken to external controllers
midi in / out


first use simple: it works "out-of-the-box"
after you start hacking away. I know almost nothing about analog synths, but I find the interface intuitive: we arrive at his quotes that research. The sequencer is very limited, but the machine is not really made for that
The manual takes us in hand, one is well guided
Examples are stored in different banks but they must rework: these are starting points for customization


I use mainly large round sound with a punchy attack and good sustain support as serious for my guitar.
I finished off an excellent sound to it, from its i2
fat present without being aggressive, used in many styles
So much more I n'explore other possibilities of the machine, since I found what I seek
the pedal travel is a bit long for my taste, one must "ride" frankly, suddenly you lose a little rhythmic precision. It is a matter of adaptation, so I adapt ... it is already better


I use it daily for 3 weeks with an electric guitar nylon, a looper, an amp and a mic singing
I learn to tame it, including finding automatism guitar chord - notes at the foot not to think about each chord change.
In this configuration, a seat with back support is essential, otherwise it makes the éreuve back and abs (some soreness on a stool in the first days)
frankly it expands the sound spectrum of a guitar solo
totuefois attention to amplification: it is seriously bad ... from a certain volume, the sound "pump" a bit and eat the other frequencies. It must be worth it to use a separate amp for the taurus. For use with a looper, this should do it with a stereo model that can separate outputs.
I am very satisfied with my purchase. I still have time to go to tame the machine before testing it in public.
Delivered in cardboard, it will invest in a flight case or a devil for transport.