WNAMM12: Moog Show Off Their Minitaur

Analog Bass Synthesizer from Moog      20/01/12

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Release the beast! The Moog Minitaur offers phat bass in a small package. The synth requires a MIDI controller, but at a weight of 3lbs, it's easy to transport – even if you're carrying a MIDI keyboard around with it.

With 1-knob-per-function, you know where you are. Tweaking sounds is easy and this will probably go down well with dubsteppers.

For hear what a product specialist has to say about the Minitaur, check out the video above. Steve Dunnington tells all you need to know about the product.

Retail price on the Minitaur is $679, and it will be available from Spring of this year.

Rich Beech
@sonicamped

 

 


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