Moog Micromoog


The Moog Micromoog is a monophonic analog synthesizer released by Moog Music in the 1970s. It was designed to be a more affordable version of the larger Minimoog, and was one of the first synthesizers to be widely available to the public. It has been used by a variety of artists, including Kraftwerk, Gary Numan, and Jean-Michel Jarre.

The Micromoog is a subtractive synthesizer, meaning it creates sound by filtering out certain frequencies from an oscillator. It has two oscillators, one of which can be used to modulate the other. It also has a low-pass filter, an envelope generator, and a noise generator. The Micromoog also has a built-in arpeggiator and a portamento feature, which allows for smooth transitions between notes.

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ManufacturerMoog Music

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