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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Austin Powers a part time user from U.S.A. writes:
My favorite of the 'little moogs' definately worth the extra $ over a micromoog

has one of the most comprehensive asst. of back panel features of any moog, even more than the mini ! force sensitive keyboard controlling pitch, modulation

make it a winner in my book.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:45
Nate a professional user from USA writes:
The name says it all. The most useful and interesting of the Moogs. Built very

similar to a Pro-one and just as good. The filter rips, set the rez up to ten

and enjoy. I have created the strangest sounds i've ever heard from this thing.

Put off buying a Minimoog and go on the hunt.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:45
Howie Shen a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I think the Multimoog is one of the best analog monosynths out there. It has a great, raw sound thanks to its oscillators and classic filter design. The filter sound has more guts than the one in the Minimoog, which leads to some tremendously raw sounds that can range from deep pounding pads to all the squelchy blips you'd expect. The most interesting sounds come from the flexible mod-routing scheme, letting you do things like running OSC A at a really low frequency, having OSC B modulate the VCF, having the LFO modulate the OSC A/B sync, and wacking everything out with the aftertouch routed to oscillator voltage control...the results can be strange droning noises that burble and seem very organic. Turning the Wide Freq knob can lead to some insane tearing noises as the pitch goes from so low it seems like a bunch of clicks to so high you almost can't hear it anymore; that really reminds you of what analog control is all about. The Minimoog gets most of the attention, but if you think about it, if you want to have an LFO on a Mini, you have to sacrifice one oscillator anyways, so you end up with a two osc config like the Multi. But then again, the Mini cannot let you do sample & hold from the LFO, it doesn't have aftertouch, the cool pitchbend ribbon, or the depth mod-routing options. If you want the Moog sound, and have a chance to by a Multi, which also seem to be a lot more rare than the Mini, you won't be dissapointed.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:45
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