A few short samples of Minitaur being put to the test at the Moog booth at Namm 2012.
Moog launch new Minitaur Analog Bass Synth at NAMM 2012.
Steve Dunnington, Product Designer Specialist from Moog Music introduces the Moog Minitaur at NAMM 2012. The Minitaur packs the sound of Moog's acclaimed Taurus and Taurus III bass synthesizers into an affordable tabletop module. Complete with a pair of voltage-controlled oscillators, an amazing ladder filter, a pair of filters, and other analog goodies, the Minitaur is in every sense of the term a true Moog synth. What's more, it features both MIDI and CV connectivity!
They tried the Moog Minitaur
SirDSS himself, David Scott Stone (LCD Soundsystem, The Melvins, The Locust), dials in some massive bass with Minitaur.
Erik Norlander. Need we say more?
Geoffrey Downes of The Buggles, Yes and Asia taking a turn on Minitaur.
Jonathan Larroquette (Jogger, Uhh Yeah Dude) at the Moog booth showing his excitement for the Minitaur analog bass synthesizer.
Lee Sklar, legendary bass player with Phil Collins is the first to stop by the Moog booth to check out the Minitaur.
Richard Devine and Minitaur bringing some serious low-end to the Moog booth.
Richie Hawtin couldn't take his hands off the new Minitaur analog bass synthesizer.
A captured a Teenage Engineer! Minitaur claims another victim...
Moog and Teenage Engineering: Minitaur meets the OP-Lab.
Terry Lawless (U2, David Bowie, Prince, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, the list goes on...) took a time out with Minitaur before returning to work on his impressive resume. Seriously, check out all the artists this man has worked with!