Synth Site: Moog: The Rogue Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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Jeff Heiniger a professional user from England writes:
The Moog Rogue is an excellent synthesizer,it was my first Moog and I have had others since and it is hard to criticise.The warm Moog sound is definately there,the filters sound marvellous and even though I mainly use the Moog Source because of programmability etc,I wouldn't want to part with my Rogue,if you get the chance to buy one I would recommend it,you won't regret it!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-28-2005 at 05:38
Scott a hobbyist user from Oklahoma USA writes:
The digital folks won't understand this. I have owned and played lots of synths over the years including some BIG modulars. I have bought and sold various Moogs. Yeah, so what? This little puppy stays. There is something about its simplicity, light weight, and sound. While it is limited, one has to give a nod to the engineers who designed this thing (Herb Deutsch?). Don't let the simple panel fool ya. There is considerable control over modulation etc. Someone really thought this one out. If you know what you are doing, you can probably get the sound you are after (except for some complex timbres). You can even get ring modulator type effects by letting the EG sweep the resonating filter etc. I was looking through my old MiniMoog owners manual at the patch charts - the same ones show up for the Rogue! True, the Rogue is missing some envelope generator capability and has limited waveforms (same as Odyssey), however it does have sample and hold and complete interface (CV) control (somethings most Mini's and Prodigy's are missing). Set the VCO's growling at a low interval, give the filter some resonance and sweep the cutoff - Everyone will stop and look around. You don't have to say the M-word, its understood.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-14-2005 at 17:08
Fink a hobbyist user from New Orleans, LA, USA writes:
My dad picked up one of these yesterday at a garage sale for $1. I couldn't believe it. I still need a power supply, but we used some wires and a headphone jack to play with it a little. Sounds pretty nice. Of course, you're somewhat limited by the relatively small number of features, but what it has seems pretty good. I guess I'm just biased after such a great deal.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-18-2004 at 21:32
a part-time user writes:
If you want phat soundz on a budget, get a Rogue and Casio CZ-101. Fortunately, you can see that some just don't get it, thus the pries are relatively low. Rogue's construction may not be as good as that of the Mini, but it's still well made; doesn't have the modulation options of the Pro-One, but the raw sounds are there without question. The rest is up to you..

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-03-2004 at 20:06
Patrick a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
The guy from this band whirlwind heat uses the rogue, and it sounds like, AMAZING!!! The legendary stereolab also used it. It's one of my favorite synths in my setup. It's easy to play because it's so small. I can play it with my bass still strapped on! Highly recommend.... THE ROGUE

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Apr-13-2004 at 06:49
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