curteye wrote:I1-No memory re-call. Once you got a sound you could not
lock it in/save it.
2-Tuning would drift. This was a big one.
monsterjazzlicks wrote:i would be using it with a Fender Rhodes and Hohner Clavinet and so in the context of a 'non-memory' keyboard setting.
if i bought one on ebay which was being sold as serviced and fully functional, then how likely is it that it might malfunction in the near future ??
curteye wrote:Hard to say after sooo many years.
I cannot recall ever having had to service it.
Jarno wrote:About my history with MiniMoog: I wouldn't be here if I hadn't been able to test drive one in early '80s (the setup also had an Apple II/Alpha Syntauri system). This experience eventually drove me to study audio engineering, electronics and computer science.
monsterjazzlicks wrote:Lots of people i have messaged on You Tube mostly say that they 'tweak' the Minimoog by 'ear'´
monsterjazzlicks wrote:i think back in the 1970's and early 1980's there were two general catagories which people fell into :-
1 - TECHNICIANS
2 - MUSICIANS
monsterjazzlicks wrote:i struggle greatly with the MATHS and PHYSICS in relation to music
monsterjazzlicks wrote:But now (age 44 !!) i can totally see how they are a vital part of the subject !!
Jarno wrote:Yes, science is the vital part ... but then ... nothing prevents you from creating great music without knowing the s*it of the science behind. But knowing the science can help you to analyze the things behind music and give you hints how to improve your results.
twilightsong wrote:Here's a series of five fairly short video tutorials on basic synth programming from a man who knows: http://www.moogmusic.com/legacy/fundame ... rogramming
ferencz wrote:don't have the mini but original owner of a Moog Prodigy bought back in the 70's. love it for basses and leads.
monsterjazzlicks wrote:1 - To visually memorize the settings (on the control panel) of your patches so that you can re-create these as and when required.
2 - To be able to turn the dials on the control panel without actually playing the keyboard (ie. being able to hear the sound in your head).
Strophoid wrote:Wow, congrats
HornForHire wrote:Cool! Have fun with the Mini!
I would love to own one, but I'll have to do with the Arturia Minimoog V (which is also great, btw).
curteye wrote:First congrats on the new ax.
This reminds me that we would actually write/play 8-16 (what ever it took)
bars of just drums or bass and drums etc into the music just to give the keyboard player
time to 'set-up' his moog for the next sound.
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