Moog minimoog model D

Tips and techniques for Minimoog Analog Synthesizers
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Rachel219
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Moog minimoog model D

Post by Rachel219 » Tue Jul 16, 2019 12:42 am

This of course is the classic. The one you’ve heard thruout the 70’s in every musical genre.

I have become so enamored and obsessed with the minimoog that I’m on the verge of buying a $3,500 synth despite not being able to play a single note on a keyboard.

I have however played the guitar for 40 years... for whatever that’s worth. ..if anything.. .. let me know.. I need just a little push.. or a dose of reality..

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Re: Moog minimoog model D

Post by atkbg » Tue Jul 16, 2019 8:22 am

Do it. It's just money.

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Re: Moog minimoog model D

Post by stiiiiiiive » Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:51 am

... and love :)

You'll find your way on the keyboard.

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Re: Moog minimoog model D

Post by ummagumma » Fri Jul 26, 2019 7:36 pm

I am a guitar player, and I bought one to supplement my recording tools

I can't play keyboards much, other than noodle around. So as a mono synth, it is quite easy to adapt to

( vs playing chords and accompaniment on a piano, for example )

I think it's a fantastic instrument: once you learn the interface, it is such an intuitive, inspiring thing to play around with

I use it for leads, weird ambient sounds, BASS (!! ), and all kinds of sonic augmentation, to stuff I have been recording

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