MINITAUR + ABLETON LIVE PART 2: Minitaur as External Filter

May 4, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

In part two of this three part series, Moog Product Development Specialist, Amos Gaynes shows you how to integrate the Minitaur Analog Bass Synthesizer into Ableton Live. Learn how to use your Minitaur as an external filter, manipulate sounds in real time, and create a sequenced gate effect.

Learn more about the Minitaur at:

www.moogmusic.com/products/taurus/minitaur

Register your Minitaur at:

www.moogmusic.com/register

Moog Minitaur Demonstration by Asher Fulero (aka Halo Refuser)

April 18, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Asher Fulero, aka Halo Refuser, demonstrates some of the sweet realtime performance capabilities of the Moog Minitaur bass synthesizer. Enjoy the demo, then learn more about the Moog Minitaur bass synth right here: http://bit.ly/sw_Minitaur

MINITAUR + ABLETON LIVE PART 1: The Basics

April 7, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Moog continues to feed us with nice tutorials, here’s a new one featuring the Minitaur:

In part one of this three part series, Moog Product Development Specialist, Amos Gaynes shows you how to integrate the Minitaur Analog Bass Synthesizer into Ableton Live. Learn how to connect your Minitaur using a multi-channel audio interface, setup your session, and produce a simple track. Part one covers MIDI sequencing, filter automation, using the Minitaur as an external instrument, using the Minitaur Editor to load presets, and how to manually dial in basic sounds.

Learn more about the Minitaur at:

www.moogmusic.com/products/taurus/minitaur

Register your Minitaur at:

www.moogmusic.com/register

MINITAUR – FEEL THE BASS

March 25, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Minitaur is capable of generating subsonic sound waves which move air in a manner that can not only be seen, but felt. Here, one of our brave “scientists” runs Minitaur through a sub woofer to demonstrate this phenomenon.

Learn more about Minitaur at: www.moogmusic.com/minitaur

“…any sound, soft or loud, sweet or nasty, creates a multidimensional
envelope that does more than intrude – it takes over not only your acoustic space,
but your mind space as well. There is no escaping sound.
It meets your body and forcibly enters your mind, not
just through your ears but also via your bones…”

-Ron Pellegrino

Moog Minitaur Bass Synth Review

March 17, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

“Moog latest synthesizer has people frotthing at the mouth. Is it foot and mouth, or foot in mouth? (terrible pun). This monophonic bass synthesizer is Moog’s most affordable yet.
Thanks to those who left questions and comments, I’ve tried to answer them all.”

Moog Minitaur Analog Bass Synth with Critter and Guitari Pocket Piano

March 6, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Here is the all new Moog Music Minitaur analog bass synthesizer being triggered by the Critter and Guitari Pocket Piano MIDI.

More on the Critter and Guitari Pocket Piano:

The Pocket Piano MIDI has all the functionality of a Critter & Guitari Pocket Piano synthesizer, now with MIDI capabilities! It can interact with many other MIDI devices: drum machines, sequencers, computers, synthesizers, and other Pocket Piano MIDIs. It is both a sound module and a controller, sending and receiving MIDI note messages, and MIDI clock signals.

In addition to its intuitive interface, maple keys, built-in speaker, and aluminum and wood enclosure, it features the same six unique synth modes found on our original Pocket Piano:

• Vibrato Synth
• Harmonic Sweeper
• Two-Octave Arpeggiator
• Octave Cascade
• Mono FM Synth
• FM Arpeggiator

As a controller, the Pocket Piano MIDI sends out key presses as note messages, useful for triggering other synthesizers, samplers, or software. As a sound module the Pocket Piano MIDI responds to all 88 notes of a full size piano, so you are not limited to the 16 key range of the Pocket Piano. Using a full size controller, you can take advantage of the Pocket Pianos unique sounds and arpeggiators over a much larger range. Larger range = more fun !

But the fun doesn’t stop there! The Pocket Piano MIDI also sends and receives MIDI clock, so you can synchronize the Pocket Piano’s arpeggiators with your favorite drum machine, sequencer, or computer software. The Pocket Piano MIDI passes all received clock messages to its output, allowing you to chain many Pocket Pianos together to create an orchestra of Pocket Pianos.

Boog Minotaur Analog Modeling Bass Synthesizer VSTi

March 3, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

http://youtu.be/uhXrk_5Wua0

Boog Minotaur Analog Modeling Bass Synthesizer VSTi
Made by SynthEdit
Now Available!
and
Free!! (Donation ware)

http://www3.kcn.ne.jp/~kaitop/

Moog Minitaur becomes Webitaur – check it out

January 30, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Perhaps not the real thing but still quite fun to play around with for a short while I guess:

“Once again the NAMM videos have inspired me to have a go at a web version of an analog synth. This time round it’s the awesome looking Moog Minitaur. As usual it is unlikely to sound anywhere near as good as the real thing but will give you some idea of the types of sounds it is capable of. The filter in this one sounds a bit better than my previous synths as a result of trying out some delay-less feedback techniques.

Any midi controllers in the system should be connected automatically. ”

Test it here >>

More hot videos from NAMM featuring the OP-1, Minitaur, MiniBrute and Livid controllers

January 20, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Teenage Engineering @ NAMM 2012 – OP-1 OS update

Cyril from MOOG shows off their new MINITAUR @ NAMM 2012

Arturia @ NAMM 2012 – MINIBRUTE

Livid @ NAMM 2012 – What’s New

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Live from NAMM: Moog Minitaur Analog Bass Synth demo

January 20, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Moog launch new Minitaur Analog Bass Synth at NAMM 2012.

Minitaur is a powerful, compact Analog Bass Synthesizer that features a classic one knob per function design. It is the first instrument in the Taurus family that does not have foot pedals. At only 8.5″ x 5.25″ and less than 3lbs, the Minitaur puts legendary analog Moog bass into a package designed to fit seamlessly into today’s performance and production environments. There are no confusing or convoluted menus to dig through. Plug in a MIDI controller or hook it up to your computer and start playing immediately.

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