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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Mosfed, May 28, 2014.
Does a minimoog count? I've got two from 70's in mint original and perfect operating condition.
my gas senses are peaking
Dude if that doesn't count, I have no idea what does. That may be virtual but it is seriously BAD ASS!!!!
Out of curiosity how much does that program run? And what do you do run a digital out of your computer? Seriously amazing. I would love to mess around with one (for about 100 years....)
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And yes of course MiniMoogs count. They are amazing synths and the key to the whole sound. Plus they can do more than all the stomp boxes put together.
is that a byoc devided octave to the right ( when seen, standing in front of it)of the minifooger? and what is the pedal that follofs, in teh same direction?
Yup that's the BYOC divided octave that I made a custom graphic for. Next to it on the bottom row is an Analogman mini-Bicomp which is essentially a Ross compressor on one side and a Dan Armstrong orange Squeezer on the other. I tend to use the orange Squeezer side. Sounds amazing through an SVT.
I W.A.N.T !!!
Excellent, Thanks for the info!
I REALLY am starting to want such a BYOC thingy now too...is it as good as some keep saying?
hi mosfed, here's another, also uploading a photo of the pedals used (hope its clear enough to read the settings), the attack on the bass itsef changes the response of the lpf:
Sick. Thanks dude. I am playing outdoors gigs today and tomorrow (already played today and had an absolute blast) with just a drummer and percussionist and there is ample room to experiment. I did some stuff with the LP today in trying to cop that synth sound of yours that was completely new for me. And it felt amazing. Thanks so much.
I stuck a delay in there as well. Wow.
This thread was maybe a bad idea for my GAS.....
Actually played my Les Paul for a while through my bass rig and oh my lord did it sound amazing. One of the best tones I think I have gotten out of that guitar. Just endless sustain with the orange Squeezer.
What happened to that link. That was awesome. I want to post it in the Mutron club.
Admit it...you're just bragging!
But seriously - have you ever hooked them together to approximate that "Flash Light" bass tone? I've read that Bernie Worrell hooked up three Minimoogs to get that beast of a sound.
here's 2 more (one dubby the other.... less traditional/nasty).. really really rough (Sh#@ playing) but give an idea of the moog's sound.. (one's with a looper the other is just the moog and ego comp at v mild compression) (i'll stop after these.. getting carried away)
Also they are very loud (not clipping.. i think) so start at a softer volume:
once again - super awesome Adi. Many many thanks for these.
We played a good 4 hours this afternoon outdoors staring at the Mont Blanc valley in the sun. Two days in a row of seriously inspirational settings. Had serious fun with the Moog but it kinda took back seat to the Mu-Tron today for whatever reason. I still can't get over how good guitar sounds through the SVT->Barefaced. Absolutely fricking outrageous. Bass I had come to expect but guitar I had no freaking idea.
hi, thanks bro.. those mutrons.. i was checking them out on ebay.. wow man they are very expensive... have you tried any clones which do justice?
Count me in I've got a moog clusterflux, lusted for it for two years before I got it. Hella fun!
I would buy Mike Beigel's new product - the Tru-Tron 3x. Finally he has released his own clone that is a perfect copy of the original circuit. I haven't heard one personally but from videos and reports from people who own both they sound identical. And it's easier to power, true bypass, etc etc.
Other than that Keeley came out with a filter recently called the Neutrino that from videos sounds pretty damn close. I haven't heard anyone else's clone but just bought (waiting for it) a clone from johnk which he did as a one off as I am dying for a one pedal sized version. Even the Moog is just too big sometimes.
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