The Moog MF-104M analog delay pedal has been out of production for a while, but it is now back in production to a very limited market.
Moog has issued a limited release of their MF-104M Super Delay Moogerfooger stompbox, with only 560 available worldwide. The Super Delay features 1.2 seconds of analog delay time. Not only that, but an Emphasis/De-Emphasis circuit has been added to the pedal for reduced noise. The delay also features the delay-loop level matching from their 500 series analog delay. The MF-104M Super Delay features...[Read More]
Today Moog announced the availability of the new Theremini, a re-imagination of the classic Theremin. The design of the instrument fuses the classic instrument with the sound engine from Moog‘s classic synth, the Animoog. The device includes pitch quantization, allowing players to adjust to the difficulty of playing the device. This means that you can set the device so that you cannot play a...[Read More]
Moog recently announced one of their biggest undertakings to date – the Emerson Modular System. People have come to appreciate the flexibility that Moog‘s modular systems offer, and this new system is a true testament to that. The Emerson Modular System has been in the works for about 3 years now. 3 years ago Moog set out to recreate the highly complex instrument, and used original doc...[Read More]
The name Moog is legendary. The classic sound of an analog Moog synth is unparalleled. And they’re at it again! Moog’s latest release is the Moog Sub Phatty, which includes two variable waveshape oscillators, one square wave sub oscillator, and one noise generator. This synth has been dubbed the “grittiest Moog ever”, and after hearing a number of demos, I can say that I ag...[Read More]