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  • Moog Lust

    I knew it would come eventually. And now here it is. I absolutely need a Voyager!

    I have no money right now but I'm going to save up for one.
    WTB: Allen & Heath Xone VF-1 Filter

  • #2
    Tsk, tsk. Such bald-faced lustery, so shameful. Shame, sir, shame!

    oke:
    Hurrr. Derp, derp, derp.

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    • #3
      I've had Moog lust for a long time. Lack of space and money keep me from buying one.
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      • #4
        The only Moog I have any level of lustery for right now is a Slim Phatty. The Voyager... I dunno, something about it gives me pause.
        Hurrr. Derp, derp, derp.

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        • #5
          I want a moog source so badly, it's ridiculous.

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          • #6
            yes

            i'm very tempted to buy the keyboard version (electric blue) this week. had the rack version last year and it was killer but school/bills got in the way

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            • #7
              ... I dunno, something about it gives me paws.

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              • #8
                I stand corrected. Thank you, Mr. Plink. lol
                Hurrr. Derp, derp, derp.

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                • #9
                  The only Moog I have any level of lustery for right now is a Slim Phatty.


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                  • #10
                    I kind of want a MemoryMoog that was serviced by RealMC or OldGearGuy and guaranteed not to give me problems for 10 years at least. I kind of love that CEM + ladder filter sound better than any other Moog sound I've heard. Yeah I know it's blasphemy not to say a Model D sounds better, I know, but I'm a noob and I haven't had the physical experience of owning either, so I pardon my foolish thoughts. It's about the GAS anyway.

                    So, not much Moog GAS for me, since the above is probably never going to happen. I think I'd rather have a Nova Edition SE-1x with the fast envelopes and the choices of filters, rather than any new Moog.
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                    • #11

                      So, not much Moog GAS for me, since the above is probably never going to happen. I think I'd rather have a Nova Edition SE-1x with the fast envelopes and the choices of filters, rather than any new Moog.




                      Envelopes are faster then the voyager?

                      SE-1X would be sick if not for the sub menus. ALso I heard rumors of steppy sounding filter? Is this no longer an issue?

                      A used SE-1X could satisfy my lust in the near future.... hmmm....
                      WTB: Allen & Heath Xone VF-1 Filter

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                      • #12
                        Envelopes are faster then the voyager?

                        SE-1X would be sick if not for the sub menus. ALso I heard rumors of steppy sounding filter? Is this no longer an issue?

                        A used SE-1X could satisfy my lust in the near future.... hmmm....

                        The SE-1X is a great sounding synthesizer imo, however, there's something about the front panel of the Moog, turning those knobs and hearing the Moog sound(yes, even the Voyager).

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                        • #13
                          You can make the SE-1X into a "wanna-be Moog" by building a custom keyboard enclosure for it. Take a cheap MIDI keyboard controller, remove it's casing and integrate it into your custom built SE-1X keyboard enclosure with the SE-1X tilted just like the Minimoog. I've seen this done several years ago with an Andromeda A6 on some website. It looked awesome.

                          Ok, I'll go ahead and admit it. I was always fascinated with the Minimoog and always wanted to own one myself. I just could never really afford one. The front panel is absolutely gorgeous on both the Model D and the new Voyager series. However, they are abit pricey as you already know. The SE-1X is an excellent lead and bass synth and can sound somewhat similar to the Mini (not exactly though). Since it's front panel somewhat resembles the Minimoog, it does somewhat curve my appetite for a Minimoog for a little while. That is, until I can actually afford one!!! What makes the Minimoog front panel so much better in comparison is the fact it's bigger and the knobs are spaced out more, making it less cramped and a little easier to operate. I never even played a Minimoog. Just being able to experience that would be a great pleasure in itself, let along to own one.
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                          • #14
                            If you wanna moog. You might wanna look into which one is really for you. I've played most of them (not the MemoryMoog, and my time with a Sonic Six was very limited).

                            My favs.

                            Model D
                            MG-1
                            Micro

                            honorable mention - Prodigy.

                            The MicroMoog is my fav hands down. The MG-1 is much more expressive than the Rogue (bell tone!!!). And the Source/Little Phatty is great but makes me just want a Model D. Same with the Prodigy but it just makes me want a Pro-One.

                            Oddly .. the Source bugs me cause it can't get as low as my other synths. Still, it's an awesome synth. Love the interface actually.
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                            • #15
                              It's funny to see the voyager hate from the model D players.

                              Is the model D really that much better then a voyager?



                              My favs.


                              MG-1
                              Micro



                              THese cheap moogs compare favorably to the more expensive ones?
                              WTB: Allen & Heath Xone VF-1 Filter

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