Moog Minitaur Gets 100 Memories

REV2 adds new features      16/10/12

Moog Music's Moog Minitaur - the purpose built Bass Synthesizer, has had its brains reconfigured. Not into a totally new thing, but to add a number of cool and user requested features. The monophonic analog Bass Synthesizer now has 100 onboard memories, accessible via the front panel - yes thats right - pretty cool.

Features Overview:

Among these updated features, Minitaur REV 2 owners can now create up to 100 presets and store them directly within their Minitaur. Presets are managed from within the free Editor/Librarian software and can be conveniently recalled from the Minitaur’s front panel controls.

Also in REV 2, a new operational mode for the Decay/Release knob provides users independent control of Decay and Release times from Minitaur’s front panel. Users can easily switch between this new mode and Minitaur’s legacy mode from the front panel.

In addition, Minitaur’s CV and Gate inputs are now assignable from the Minitaur Editor/Librarian software. The Pitch and Mod CV inputs can be routed to any function, while the Gate input can be routed to functions with on/off behavior. REV 2 also enables Minitaur to effectively function as an intuitive CV to MIDI converter.

 


Download your REV2 software and the updated manual here:

http://www.moogmusic.com/products/taurus/minitaur#downloads-tab

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
alfredo bicho vargas    Said...

Audiotecna is the place to get the Minitaur in Colombia, Moog Music's official distributor! audiotecna.info

16-Oct-12 02:54 PM


Peter K.    Said...

LOVE my Minitaur. It does one thing very VERY well. I can't wait to upload this new OS; it's even better than I dreamed.

16-Oct-12 10:37 PM


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