Dino Park digs up some old CreamWare DSP synths and puts them in a DIY kit

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CreamWare was a big thing back at the turn of the millennium. The Pulsar system gave you an unparalleled computer-based, but DSP driven, virtual studio with emulations of some classic synthesizers and effects. Well, MakeProAudio is bringing them back with the oddly named Dino Park DIY kit. Dino Park CreamWare made some great synthesizer emulations […]

Win a vintage Minimoog signed by Stevie Wonder

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The Bob Moog Foundation is at it again with their ridiculously awesome raffles. This year a $25 ticket could snag you a vintage era Minimoog Model D signed by the legend that is Stevie Wonder. Vintage Minimoog The Minimoog in question has been played by Stevie and his signature takes the form of two fingerprints […]

Behringer rolls out the first Model D firmware update

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I didn’t know it was broken but apparently, the Model D just got some updates in the shape of firmware 1.1 and there were some issues to address. Model D 1.1 The issues included sorting out the Poly Chaining to make it easier to use, improving the retriggering reliability when playing legato notes, and the […]

Moog on your iPad with Minimoog Model D App

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Well, that’s one way of undercutting Behringer, release a $4.99 app version of your most classic monosynth. The Minimoog Model D app is now available for 64-bit iOS devices. Minimoog Model D App They say it “captures the magic of its hardware namesake, inviting you to explore the fundamental elements of sound by setting, shaping, and […]

Win a vintage Minimoog signed by Rick Wakeman in the Bob Moog Foundation raffle

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The annual Bob Moog Foundation raffle is upon us with only a couple of weeks left to get in on the action. This year the prize is a vintage Minimoog Model D synthesizer signed by prog-rock keyboard legend Rick Wakeman. Vintage Minimoog Model D The Minimoog on offer was built at the Williamsville, NY factory on […]