Super Delay is the additional designation of the Moog Moogerfooger MF-104M SD. Similar to all the other analog delays of the MF-series, the MF-104M SD is also not pedalboard-friendly. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104M SD”
The successor of the legendary Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 is a likewise rather pedalboard-friendly analog delay. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104M”
Like its predecessor, the Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 SD a definitively not pedalboard-friendly analog delay.
In contrast to the MF-104 it offers an extended maximum delay time of 1.4ms. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 SD”
The Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 is definitively not pedalboard-friendly. But the MN3008 Bucket Brigade Chips create up to 800ms of finest analog delay sound.
Additionally, you will get an internal/external feedback looper and tap tempo. Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104”
This is a video about the Moog Minifooger MF Drive RESONANCE MOD – ladder filter which is now available in the DelayDude.de shop.
It is no secret anymore: The Moog MF Drive has a “Moog Ladder-Filter” inside. But regarding the resonance, the toggle switch of the standard circuit only allows to choose between two fixed settings. Continue reading “MOOG Minifooger MF Drive RESONANCE MOD – ladder filter Demo video”
It is no secret anymore: The Moog MF Drive has a “Moog Ladder Filter” inside. But regarding the resonance, the toggle switch of the standard circuit only allows to choose between two fixed settings. Continue reading “Moog Minifooger MF Drive RESONANCE MOD ladder filter – Now in the DelayDude shop”
It provides a splendid sound with a maximum delay time of 700ms.
The drive knob allows also to boost the signal even more. Continue reading “Moog Minifooger MF Delay”
The Corona virus has a tight grip on the world. Therefore, it is understandable, but nevertheless, very sad, that events all over the world have to be cancelled. Same applies for the SUPERBOOTH. The next SUPERBOOTH will take place in May 2021.
But at the same time, many manufacturers support musicians in using the social distancing to realize new and creative ideas. Continue reading “+++ News: Corona Virus in the world of music +++”
The majority of effect pedals are made for guitarists and therefore, many bass players fear the contact with the small (and sometimes big) devices that can add a special character to the sound.
In the first part of this two-part series, I would like to present some effect categories, every bass player can use without taking any risks. In the second part, we will have a closer look on effects, that require a bit more sensitivity.
So, boys and girls behind the fat strings: go for it! Continue reading “Effect pedals for bass players – part 1”
This is a comparison of the Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 with Eventide ROSE.
To get close to the brightest setting of the Moogerfooger MF-104 I reduced the filter of the ROSE.
You will also get a demo of a darker setting, slow and faster modulation and how both delay pedals may sound in the mix. For pitch shifting effects, I added an expression pedal to the ROSE delay. Regarding the Moogerfooger, I used a square waveform modulation to create the pitch shifting effects.
0:09 bright setting Continue reading “Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 vs. Eventide ROSE”
Delay pedals, analog as well es digital ones are ten a penny.
Mostly, they provide numerous features like tap tempo, modulation and tone pots. But are there any stereo analog delays, too? Continue reading “Stereo analog delays”
This is a video about how to simulate the lead sounds of the Moog Sirin by using the Moog Mintaur in combination with the EHX POG2.
The Moog Mintaur is a brilliant synth, which is famous for its perfect bass sounds. But, because of its construction, the range of the Minitaur is limited.
The Moog Sirin is an updated version of the Minitaur and offers a wider range that reaches lead sounds.
But do you have to go and get a Sirin right away? Check out this video and find out…
Recently, a YouTube subscriber directed the following questions concerning different reverb and delay effects to me and I thought, that the answers might be interesting for other guitarists too. Continue reading “Ask the Dude: Lexicon vs. Neunaber and Moog vs. Strymon”
Here are some impressions from the SUPERBOOTH 2019 in Berlin.