The free update adds a variety of new sound design tools and user-requested features, including multiple LFO waveforms, sample and hold, filter envelope as a modulation source (which unlocks new analog percussion possibilities) and oscillator hard sync, with the ability to modulate oscillator 2 only for even greater varied sonic capabilities.
The free Minitaur Editor/Librarian software has also been updated, with full Windows support and support for the new Minitaur features. It lets you load and save up to 128 presets directly onto your Minitaur, select from 6 different modulation sources, engage hard sync, access full ADSR envelopes, MIDI sync the LFO, reset oscillator waveform cycles, polychain with other Moog synthesizers and more. Every feature of the Minitaur can be manipulated, automated and recalled instantly.
The update is free to Minitaur owners. See the Moog site for details.
Moog Minitaur Review & Audio Demos
If you’re not familiar with Moog’s bass synthesizer, see our Moog Minitaur review, or check out the videos below for audio examples of what the Minitaur can do:
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