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Old 2012-11-07, 08:48
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For Animoog, Reason would need support for polyphonic pressure/aftertouch as imho those peformance keys with individual modulation per note is a big part of the Animoog sound, without it, it wouldn't do much.

For a Minimoog type RE you are probably better off pestering Urs (u-he) for a Moog clone based on DIVA in RE format. DIVA is the best sounding Moog emulation I have heard in my life, it's just so damn good and I dare say that Moog wouldn't necessarily do a better emulation (there, I said it). It's also more likely that Urs would do something like that for Reason (maybe not full on DIVA but a monophonic version based on the Mini perhaps).
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Old 2012-11-07, 11:30
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Yeah Animoog would be difficult and crippled in the rack as is. I would buy a Moog Minitaur or Minimoog RE any day!
I think one strength in the Moog iOS Apps is that they haven't tried to do emulations of any specific hardware from their range. Doing an iOS Mini Moog would be a bit daft for them to make really. Obviously it would draw comparisons with their own products and why go down that path? Similarly I think a Moog RE would be better built from the ground up for the platform. I imagine a simple but powerful mono synth with some cool CV i/o. Or maybe some nice effects RE's that draw on what they learnt from the iOS Apps but made to take full advantage of the RE platform ......... I'm dreaming again ;-)
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Old 2012-11-07, 15:00
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Yeah that's right but we still need a good MM emulation in the rack. It's such an obvious thing to have yet noone made one still. Would ofcourse be cool if Moog did an original synth too.
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Old 2012-11-08, 22:06
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Yeah that's right but we still need a good MM emulation in the rack. It's such an obvious thing to have yet noone made one still. Would ofcourse be cool if Moog did an original synth too.
I've been wanting a mono synth in the Reason rack for time. It would be a simple mono synth design with the emphasis on a really high quality, analogue sound & nice filter design. It could be made polyphonic via some sort of chaining/layering ability. Who better to do this than Moog
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Old 2012-11-08, 23:18
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Yeah not alot of synths beat the minimoog when it comes to sound. The bass sounds you can get out of it are crazy. Maybe Arturia should get in the RE bizz too. They make really great emulations and their minimoog vst sounds incredible
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