Synth Site: Moog: Prodigy Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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CD a part-timer user from USA writes:
My first synth was a Prodigy, and I had lots of fun with it...I couldn't afford a MiniMoog and the Prodigy gave me a close approximation to the Mini sound at a much cheaper price...I used it extensively on my first two independently-released's great for stabbing lead lines and special it thru an effects box for even more tonal variation...the band Joy Electric uses the Prodigy; it's even pictured on the cover of their "Robot Rock" CD. It's a nice little synth; I wish I still had mine!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-25-1999 at 19:38
Colin Russell a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
I bough mine a couple months ago off my college instructor for 20 BUCKS!!! Love that fat juicy analog sound. One goofy but cool trick i devised was to run it though a Boss SX-700 FX processor and tape, yes tape, a key down and go to town double knob twisting! you can really get into it and come up with wierd ambient textures to help back up your track.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-15-1999 at 17:47
Michael a part-timer user from Australia writes:
The PRODIGY is a fantsastic synth. I use it mainly for bass, brass and weird noises. It has an amazingly warm and full sound that only Moogs can have. Though it is a little limited. You find that out after playing it for a couple of months. But that doesn't matter becasue the existing sounds it makes are great!

The sync switch makes some great leads and one can acheive brilliant percussive noises with a little tweaking.It really is a marvelous synth if you explore all possibilities.

Great little synth for beginners and old hands alike!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-20-1999 at 20:29
Bjørn Larsen a part-timer user from Norway writes:
Bought mine from a pro-musician from Bulgaria!!! Very moogish sound, but a quit simple synthesizer though it has two oscillators. I miss a more advanced modulator(lfo) section and PWM. Anyway, great for leads and basses. Not a synth for special effects. I think its sounds are very close to the "mini".

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-10-1999 at 09:29
Kenneth B. Done a professional user from Amsterdam, The Netherlands writes:
The Prodigy is my favourite 'spiritual' lead synth.

Put it next to a huge cathedral organ with a square-wave

flute-like sound (Jan Hammer) and you are in the church

of the holy Moog! Do some mediation while it's warming up.

btw everyone believes you if you tell them it's a REAL mini.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:47
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