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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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andreas wallgren from sweden writes:
i am a proud owner of this piece of synth. to have only one oscillator, it sounds very big! the sound is excellent, and for the price you don't get a better all analogue choice. but be prepared, to tune it quite often! but that is awesome, in one way. i bought mine for $400 and i will never regret buying it. it's small, it's monophonic, it sounds moog and it's so cool designed. find one, buy one.

anyone who knows how many micromoogs that were produced?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-29-2001 at 09:16
Dustin "Tronix" Zahn a professional user from U.S. writes:
I have had this synth for about 9 months now, and I love it. At times it pisses me off so bad I want to burn it, but it's all good. My only gripes are it's only one oscilator, the knobs and buttons wear easy, and I can't get the damn vocoder to work the way I want it to. Other than that I use it for basslines in my Live PA and it gets the whole party moving. It's an excellent bass board. I got mine from my Grandma for $350 when she found it in her atic from when my uncle was young. It rocks, but you can't save patches which sucks, otherwise, it's a nice synth.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-28-2000 at 20:06
Disease Factory a professional user from USA, Colorado writes:
If you are thinking of buying a mono synth, check this thing out, i can get some wicked sub bass, and wonderful bubbly bass sounds out of it, and make it huge and cutting, and wide sounding. A better flavor than most rolands, different for sure. Most underrate this thing, but get a cv converter like pro 2000, and you are set to do soem killer stuff. I dig it much!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-26-1999 at 17:56
Pollus Model a part-timer user from U.S.A. writes:
I recently acquired a micromoog via a person i met on the computer. its my first analog synth, and i'm extremely happy with the choice. i'd considered a moog source, after having played both, i'm much happier with the micro. its a much more user-friendly model, and i also think it sounds better. of all the moogs i've played that aren't the minimoog, i'd say its the best. the best of the low end (or worst), you might say. i love the damn thing.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-18-1998 at 01:50
Robbie Thomas a professional user from usa writes:
Bought my Micro for $200. It has some bad key contacts and the EG doesn't work but I use it everyday in some capacity, e.g. for FX w/ audio in or S&H meditation (is your buddha my buddha?)

Try this: hook it in your mixer just like an FX processor using an aux send and return the signal to a channel strip - DON'T TURN UP THE AUX ON THE MICRO'S CHANNEL- now just dial in how much Moog filter you want on each channel using the aux dail (Stereolab does this live) It's especially nice using the filter in for guitars and vox. Do I like it better than my SH101? Guess you'll just have to read that one too.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-07-1998 at 12:05
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