Moog's MuRF Gets MIDI

Now One Bad Moogerfooger      18/07/09

Moog Music has introduced a new Moogerfooger - the MF-105M MIDI MuRF.

The MF-105M combines Bob Moog's MuRF and Bass MuRF, and then adds MIDI, to make one bad Moogerfooger.

The MuRF's resonant analog Mid and Bass filter bands are designed to offer everything from shimmering timbral morphing and rhythmic stuttering to deep bass grooves.

And, in addition to a full range of Control Voltage inputs, the MF-105M sports an extensive MIDI implementation. This lets you:

  • Create tempo-synced filter sequences with MIDI Clock Sync.
  • Change patterns with MIDI Program Change messages.
  • Control front panel knob settings with MIDI CC messages and play the filters in real-time with MIDI Note On commands.

Moog also promises that new Moogerfooger will be "built like a tank".

Pricing and Availability
August 2009, $479

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James Lewin
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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Sonderman    Said...

The Moogerfoogers are built like tanks.

Anybody got their hands on one of these yet? Looks pretty cool.

19-Jul-09 08:39 PM


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