Moog Music, the company known for pushing the future of electronic instruments and changing the way music is played, has announced two new product innovations, unveiled for the first time at the 2008 NAMM show in Anaheim.
The Minimoog Voyager Old School is another variation on one of Moog’s groundbreaking synths for the analog purist. The Old School will feature a streamlined interface for a more authentic experience. The Old School features an enhanced modulation selection and a slightly altered knob configuration, and unlike the Minimoog Voyager, there is no touch screen, pre-sets or MIDI functionality. And thanks to this streamlining, the Old School comes at a significantly lower price point than the Minimoog Voyager.
Finally, the MP-201 Multi-Pedal extends expressive control to virtually all contemporary synths (both hardware and software), as well as effects processors, laptops and DJ gear. Thanks to its MIDI and USB interfaces and four CV outputs, the MP-201 can talk to basically anything. Plus, each output can be programmed individually, allowing for maximum expression. The MP-201 offers hands-free control of multiple instruments or modules, and is perfect for keyboardists, guitarists, DJs, modular synth users and computer musicians.