The Moog Little Phatty Stage II is a keyboard synthesizer that puts you in control of a 100% analog signal path. Like the Stage and Tribute Edition before it, Little Phatty Stage II synth has 2 ultra-... Read More
The Moog Little Phatty Stage II is a keyboard synthesizer that puts you in control of a 100% analog signal path. Like the Stage and Tribute Edition before it, Little Phatty Stage II synth has 2 ultra-stable Voltage Controlled Oscillators, and a Voltage Controlled Filter. Other versatile features include an external audio input, CV and KB gate inputs, and a full MIDI controller. Additionally, the Stage II keyboard boasts great new features including; MIDI over USB, MIDI Clock Sync, an arpeggiator, Tap Tempo, and a stylish new black finish.
The addition of MIDI over USB makes this performance and sound sculpting tool even more powerful. Combined with its warm analog sound, ability to process external audio and its intuitive performance, sound design and control features, the Stage II makes a great addition to any rig—rom full-on analog, to a laptop/softsynth setup. You can also connect the Stage II directly to a computer running the Little Phatty Editor/Librarian.
MIDI Clock Sync allows you to synchronize the LFO and arpeggiator rate to the tempo of your MIDI sequencer, drum machine, or software. Sample and hold, triangle, square, sawtooth, and ramp wave modulations can now be perfectly timed with your rhythm tracks and the arpeggiator.
The arpeggiator is a great new performance feature with applications for musicians in all genres. Its wide variety of uses is sure to find a place in any style, and, of course it also syncs to MIDI clock. Tap Tempo brings LFO and arpeggiator tempo sync functionality to situations in which there is no MIDI clock.
The distinctive new black finish is a real eye-catcher that emphasizes the unique nature of the Little Phatty Stage II.
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I have been producing house and electro for a couple years now. I have always wanted an analog synth to add to my original productions because I was not getting the power/fullness from Virtual synths. I have to say that I made the correct choice when picking the Little Phatty II. My productions are no longer lacking in low frequency and my basslines are smoother than ever.
Some people have knocked down the little phatty saying that its too "Hi Fi" sure the presets may be new school, but that's not what a analog synth like this is for. After spending intimate long hours with the phatty and running it into a sampler, this thing DESTROYS ANY KIND OF DIGITAL BASS or LEAD in your signal path. +/- 24db of gain can knock over a small building. Bob Moog's last design, Perfection.
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