Moog Multimoog

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The Multimoog was the big brother to the Micromoog. It's a classic monophonic synth that features 2 oscillators, a ribbon controller, variable waveforms, flexible sample and hold, LFO, aftertouch (for pitch, VCF, or LFO rate) and a great sounding 24dB Moog filter. Like the Micromoog, the Multimoog was designed to be a cheaper alternative to the Minimoog. It is used by Underworld.

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15 Visitor comments
Dave Cornutt
November 27, 2011 @ 9:20 am
Jim Crichton of Saga used a Multimoog to do bass lines on a lot of the band's early material, e.g., "Time's Up".
May 8, 2011 @ 9:10 am
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May 8, 2011 @ 9:08 am
Anybody interested on the FIRST Mutlimoog ever? (Really the first - Serialnumber) Top Condition!
December 19, 2010 @ 1:01 pm
Soundwise this synth has loads of character and personality. It is semi modular, extremely versatile and nope, it doesn't sound much like the Minimoog, but that's good!. In comparison it seems where the range of the Mini ends, the Multi starts to really get going. The Multi can get way more agressive and indy sounding, whereas the Mini seems a bit tame and establishment with it's juicy and widespread sound. I'm quite shure, the real potential of the Multi is yet to be explored and then it will probably become quite hip.
December 5, 2010 @ 2:38 pm
I had one of these on loan from a bandmate back in the mid-90's. It was my first experience of a true analogue machine. Loved it! I've been using a JP-8000 for years and it's great but I'm glad for the time I spent with this synth, it made me really appreciate the warmth and full tone you get with analogue. It made me realise that there really is no substitute for the real deal!My fave thing was to feed other synths/drums through it's filter. The filter is amazing! Wide and fat and gave the Korg X5D I was using at the time an amazing tone. Sadly I had to give it back :(
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  • Specifications
  • Polyphony - Monophonic
  • Oscillators - 2 VCO's (pulse, square, sawtooth)
  • Memory - None
  • Filter - 24 dB/oct lowpass filter w/ cutoff, emphasis (resonance), env amount
  • VCA - ADSR with lots of modulation sources
  • Keyboard - 44 keys
  • Arpeg/Seq - Sample & Hold
  • Control - CV / GATE
  • Date Produced - 1978-81

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