Fancy a clone of the coveted Minimoog Model D for somewhere between $500-$1000? Behringer have their sights set on making an affordable version of this classic analog synthesizer.
NOTE: The image above is purely to represent the theme of the article and not the actual design of a Behringer Minimoog clone.
Is this what a Behringer Minimoog will look like? We think NOT!
Synthesis 101
The Filter
by Bob Moog Foundation

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Bob Moog wanted to make an affordable Mini. He failed. He would love the idea.

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