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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Kosas a part-time user from LVBAncTELafptGLqlRr writes:
Gus Feel free to circle me on G+ (click my name above) for a fulelr discussion.The MIDI MuRF is quite an interesting thing and the ClusterFlux is as well. As far as Moog components go, they get the most use from the ones I have. The MuRF dose a lot of interesting rythmic stuff (search for it on YouTube for examples). You either like that, or not).I also use a PodHD 500 which I like because it is compact and comprehensive although it offers less controllability of the individual effects than I'd like (compared to the moog CV stuff which I control with a MP201

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-01-2012 at 16:12
neven dayvid a professional user from berlin writes:
i would like to add to my previous review (below), that i now have compared it to a MINI, and lo! the micromoog sounds - interestingly enough - almost like a cross between the typical moog sound and an ARP instrument... or possibly - like Mr Moogenstein mentions below - a Pro-one.

i actually thought it compared VERY favourably to the mini (even though it only sports one osc, twiddling the mixable (!) waveforms and the sub-osc simultaneously kind of makes up for that and yields organic texture to your playing.

since i prefer the precise low end of arp instruments, i liked the micromoog actually better than the (more limited) minimoog.

with its lower price, superb patchabilty, and imho just as distinguished looks, it should not be slagged off lightly... as to the semi-qualified review on page one, where it says "a minimoog is way cooler": kraftwerk did the model (bassline) with this, and now how can you get much "cooler" than that???

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-06-2006 at 04:34
Mike a professional user from USA Connecticut writes:
I just got my Micromoog a few days ago and I love it very much. It does have a dark sound to it, as someone else said. My MG-1 sounds a lot more rubbery and therefore cooler for jumpy bass lines, but the Micro is great. I love the filter. I'm still feeling it out. My pitch ribbon doesn't work and I think a key contact needs to be cleaned but other than that it's in tip top shape.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-02-2005 at 16:12
neven dayvid a professional user from berlin writes:
after owning it for a couple of years, i agree with the reviewer who attested it a somewhat modular sound. it excels at weird sound fx and is very flexible, en excellent building block for modular interfacing. probably very underrated, but also doesn´t come up too often for sale. sure, a second osc would be nice, but you don´t really miss it when you tweak this machine. there is sooooo much you can do with it as it is.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-02-2005 at 03:50
scott a hobbyist user from oklahoma USA writes:
About the only real thing of interest for this little synth is that is was the last synthesizer designed by Bob Moog back in the day. If you want some fundamental bass lines or screaching leads, its ok. For me, the single VCO is the problem. Bob tried to help it with octave doubling etc. but you really need at least two VCO's tunable at intervals to do anything interesting (my opinion here). It does have good interface capabilities (digital folks can ignore that last statement), and "THE FILTER". The pitch "strip" is weird Alice - I'm sure someone can make it sound good but not me. Mine ended up slaved to a sequencer until the prices on ebay got stupid :-)

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-14-2005 at 17:21
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