Moog Music has expanded the Moogerfooger Effects Plug-ins Bundle with a new effect, the MF-109S Saturator.
The MF-109S Saturator is a new creative audio processor that emerged out of the Moogerfooger Effects Plug-ins development. A major component of the classic Moogerfooger functionality is the input drive stage, which adds warmth, distortion, and crunch to any given sound. The MF-109S allows users to have dynamic control over this drive circuit, opening up a new way for artists to interact with the unique saturation tool.
The Saturator is able to move from tight, distorted overdrive and analog saturation to smooth compression. Further, it models the noise generator circuit of the Minimoog Model D and allows for control of both noise generator level and noise tone with a switchable filter type.
All parameters of the MF-109S are able to be played, tweaked, automated, and modulated to create lively and truly musical performances.
Pricing and Availability:
The MF-109S Saturator is now available with the purchase of the Moogerfooger Effects Plug-ins. It is also free to anyone that has previously purchased the Moogerfooger Effects Plug-ins.
8 thoughts on “Moog Expands Moogerfooger Effects Plug-ins Bundle With New MF-109S Saturator Effect”
Goes without saying, but I think we’d all love to have a hardware version of this Moogerfooger. give us a dedicated moog saturation box!
One of my greatest wish is for Moog to re-release all the Moogerfoogers in a eurorack compatible format with an optional pedal enclosure much like the Pittsburg one or the 4MS Pods. Kinda like what they did with the Mother-32 and DFAM but for effects.
You cac get it all in software
this made me wonder, then google why there’s no MF-106, and, well, i vote they should really make it in a VST form.
Nowadays people are able to achieve something similar using a laptop or even iPad.
You’re stuck in a loop Gustav, maybe it’s time to reboot your laptop or iPad.
I was going to say the exact same thing, suggesting Moog add a MF-106TC as a pedal plug-in, darn slap forward effect steals my thunder again!
I think the MF-106 was an April Fool “Silence Pedal”….(that claimed to do a John Cage Effect)