Some exciting news breaking from Moog today, who have just announced a software re-invention of their classic Moogerfooger pedals.
Originally designed by Bob Moog and the Moog engineering team in the late ’90s and ’00s, Moogerfooger pedals were direct descendants of the original synths and were favoured by musicians like Thom York, Daft Punk and Lou Reed.
Moog have meticulously translated the hardware versions into the digital realm and the collection will include all seven reimagined Moogerfooger pedals:
- MF-101S Lowpass Filter – the classic Moog ladder filter with an envelope follower for dynamic control
- MF-102S Ring Modulator – a wide-range carrier oscillator paired with an LFO for effects from soft tremolo through far-out clangorous ring modulation tones
- MF-103S 12-Stage Phaser – a descendant of the vibrant 1970s rack-mounted Moog phaser with an on-board LFO
- MF-104S Analog Delay – a rich, full-bodied delay and modulation circuit that has remained highly sought after to this day
- MF-105S MuRF – a groundbreaking effect combining a resonant filter bank with a pattern generator and skewing envelope for vibrant animation of an incoming sound
- MF-107S FreqBox – a box of gnarly synced VCO sounds with envelope and FM modulation
- MF-108S Cluster Flux – a flexible processor that can modulate between chorus, flanging, and vibrato
The software versions will be compatible with all major DAWs and will be on sale for an introductory price of $149 (normally $249). We’ll have a full review of these for you very soon so keep your eyes peeled!
For more information head over to Moog’s website.
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