Moog MuRF Soundclip.

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  1. markom89

    markom89 Senior Member

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    This pedal is simply amazing.
    Nothing else like it on the planet, IMO.
    I'm just playing keys in this clip, but will do another one with some guitar tomorrow and post it here. Listen to how amazing it sounds on keys...
    I'm just playing with only ONE knob during the entire demo. Just one knob! and listen to all these sounds... phenomenal! I should also note that I'm also in just one of the several positions during the entire clip. This pedal's the best.

    What do you guys think?!

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  2. dsl

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    :phones

    Sounds Great!
     
  3. yellowecho

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    i love love love my murf!! Its extremely versatile.. from complex filtering sequenced patterns to simple tremolo sounds. All beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Sounds like a great pedal to get lost in, thanks for posting!
     
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    Thanks, guys! I'm glad you enjoyed the demo/clip.
    I'm gonna' do some more tomorrow with the MuRF on keys.
    I was just playin' around with it for the past hour getting some killer sounds.
    I totally forgot it had the sliders, and they were right infront of me (doh!) lol! I can't believe how super versatile this box is...
    I'm thinkin of getting one more and running two together for keys, as I think that'd be great. Maybe a Bass MuRF for more low end...
     
  6. nibus

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    Hey yellowecho, you just made me sit for 15 minutes and figure out what your sig says...

    S********, S*****

    i can never get those 15 minutes back.;)

    The Murf sounds killer Marko. I can always count on you to give me a good bout of g.a.s.
     
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    Binary translator bro embrace the future (of 15 years ago) :)


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    Yes, but the real geeks do it in their heads!!

    (Much faster than me I might add!)
     
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    markom89 Senior Member

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    Thanks again, guys :D

    Does it really take ALL those 1's & 0's to type "Sincerely, Steven"???
     
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    yes indeed!

    HEX is much more efficient!!

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    Wait till you find the univibe sounds in it :)
     
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    :DI always try to do it myself, but special characters such as commas always throw me off! I appreciate the fellow nerd in you. I haven't learned HEX yet. Maybe I shall this weekend!

    Sincerely, Steven
     
  13. yellowecho

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    Have you been able to run it in stereo yet? I haven't, but I'm sure it's incredible!
     
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    I already found it! (I think)
    man, them sliders sure do make a difference :D
    More clips tonight.
    I can get lost in this pedal for hours!
     
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    Would you guys want a demo with guitar or more keys???
     
  17. Bryan T

    Bryan T Guitar Owner Silver Supporting Member

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    I'd be curious to hear some different guitar clips. I've not been that impressed with Moog's guitar clips.

    One way that I really want to hear it (not sure if you can do it) is with the MuRF after a very long, wet reverb. Something like the Cave setting on the Verbzilla.

    Bryan
     
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    guitar;)
     
  19. mike@nortoncable.com

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    my entire rig is stereo, i dont run mono any more, I just cant.

    the murf stero into stereo chorus stereo delay DD20.. that sound is awesome, I would neeed an excuse to leave that sound on all the time.

    the sliders for the univibe sound dont matter, its really the envolope knob, you have to dial that in so it jumps step to step smoothly not a notch. :)

    Keep tinkering. heh

    The tremolo sounds are good as well :)
     
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    I would love to hear some MURF guitar clips :JAM

    Thank you Markom!!!:bow:
     

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