What are the Moogerfoogers good for?

Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
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Re: What are the Moogerfoogers good for?

Post by ark » Sun Jan 29, 2012 3:00 pm

flippo wrote:I was thinking of picking up an MF-101, as there is a cheap second hand one going around nearby. Hard to justify when I have the same filter in my slim phatty, though, which has audio in also.
No it isn't -- the MF-101 also has an envelope follower.

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Re: What are the Moogerfoogers good for?

Post by flippo » Sun Jan 29, 2012 3:27 pm

yes I'm aware of that, i just meant the lader filter itself.

3 moogers fit so nicley on my desk... a 4th though :/. hah.

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Re: What are the Moogerfoogers good for?

Post by Gaetano CAPUANO » Sun Jan 29, 2012 5:20 pm

Yeah sometimes we can get very unessasery with more gear. Then again......
Need Guitar or Bass tracks for your project? Message me and lets work that out

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Re: What are the Moogerfoogers good for?

Post by Simon__ » Wed Mar 23, 2016 9:45 am

I recently bought a Moog Midi Murf and really enjoy it to chop synth pads and also create "organic" drum sounds. I made this song last week where you can clearly notice the effect:


However, I couldn't manage to make the Murf work with Ableton external effect inserted on a track... I can hear the effect but the resulting audio has a very low gain (even if gain compensation is cranked up) and full of noise. Also when turning the Mix button of the Murf to 100% dry, the synth sound is not going through (the i/o routing on my Scarlett 6/6 is correctly setup, I've double check this several times). So I only use it inserted between hardware and the soundcard...


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