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Moog Little Phatty Analog Synthesizer - Tribute Edition
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The Little Phatty analog synth was designed to bring you the expressive, intuitive playability and timeless quality of a Moog Analog Synthesizer in a...Click To Read More About This Product
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Handbuilt quality and unmatched Moog sound in a special edition tabletop synth.
The Little Phatty analog synth was designed to bring you the expressive, intuitive playability and timeless quality of a Moog Analog Synthesizer in a portable, more affordable package. It boasts a 100-percent analog signal path, 100 user-editable presets, and a 37-note keyboard with +/-2 octave transpose. It also has two ultra-stable oscillators, a classic Moog low pass ladder filter, four-stage analog envelope generators, and Real Analog Control (RAC). RAC is a proprietary Moog technology which enables you to directly interface with the analog circuitry via knobs on the control panel without any digital processing.
Moog will initially release a special, limited edition run of 1,200 individually numbered Bob Moog Tribute Edition synths.
The limited run, Tribute Edition of the Little Phatty has special Moog wood side panels, a Bob Moog signature plate across the front and rear, comes with a CD-ROM featuring highlights of the Bob Moog Memorial Celebration Service, and a special Bob Moog poster. If you have been waiting to go analog, your wait is over.
- 100-percent all-analog signal path
- Bob Moog-designed sound engine
- Portable, tabletop package
- 100 user-editable presets
- 37-note keyboard with +/-2 octave transpose
- 2 ultra-stable oscillators
- Classic Moog low pass ladder filter
- 4-stage analog envelope generators
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If you are looking for a synthesizer, specifically a badass one, this is what you're seeking.The 100 Presets are awesome and fun to get you started out. Some are tasty enough that you'll just want to tweak them a little to make them your own, but each can be written over.For the less knob-gifted, you can also download the 100 presets from the MOOG site, or even the 100 presets that come in the Stage Edition (which are different)If you're in the market for a monophonic synth, here's your ticket. The awesome LEDs help too. Especially the pink ones.
This instrument is a direct descendant of the minimoog & can create almost all of the phat sounds heard on everything from the soaring sounds of ELP to the wormy/funky grooves found in modern day hip hop. This is a pure analog synthesizer with the same filters and oscillators as the minimoog voyager, minus one oscillator. I noticed the difference between this and my Nord Lead "virtual analog" right away in the liveliness of the sound, kind of like playing a guitar versus playing a sample of a guitar. This is the real deal & can be expanded into a modular synthesizer by adding analog components like the moogerfoogers & control processor. I've had this thing for 4 months and have barely scratched the surface of what it can do. The presets are good and are great launch pads for experimentation. The little phatty is extremely well built with very musical keys that respond well to the slightest movements. The pitch bend & mod wheel are fantastic as well. This is also one great looking synth. I was a little surprised by the overall rating & value other users have rated this at. I own 2 nords, a korg cx-3 and many soft synths & this is defintely the most unique and musical of them all, IF you know how to play it. A lot of people buying this expect something different from it than what it is meant to do. Monosynths are meant to be played both in the keys and the knobs and this excels at both. And at half the price of the Minimoog Voyager with most of the same features (sans one oscillator, a noise circuit & some modulation routing options) it is definitely a great deal.
I have received two units that have broken key weights rattling inside of them. Not a great Tribute to Bob Moog.