polardark wrote:Assuming the Moog Taurus III synthesizer architecture is based on the first Taurus, it is indeed a unique synthesizer with a unique sound. The oscillators are nothing special but the filters and vca and envelopes are unique.Neonlights84 wrote:Are there concrete differences between these machines and other Moog products, past and preset?
In what way? I guess i'm just tring to wrap my head around the concept of it. I am aware that you play it with you feet, thusly freeing up your hands. But when i hear people say "the best bottom end bass ever", i must know why. Why would someone spend so much money on a pretty limited synth?
If it IS the best bass ever, why would that be? Wouldn't the Minimoog be able to do what a taurus can (outside of the feet playing aspect?)