Moog Music introduces the MIDI MuRF Pattern Editor

September 28, 2009

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (September 28, 2009) – Since its launch in the summer of 2009, Moog’s newest Moogerfooger, the MF-105M MIDI MuRF has been an instant success.  With eight analog filters under MIDI and CV control, the MIDI MuRF is one of the most powerful and flexible sound design tools around.  Now for the icing on an already very sweet cake, Moog is releasing the MIDI MuRF Pattern Editor. MuRF.jpg
Available as a free download to MIDI MuRF owners, the Pattern Editor software allows players to create, modify and save their own filter sequence patterns.  Its point-and-click user interface makes pattern creation a breeze and the on-screen knobs and sliders let users optimize patterns to real-world settings without taking their hand off the mouse.

The MIDI MuRF Pattern Editor provides easy access to parameters only available through MIDI CC commands and saving and storing patterns on a computer allows for an unlimited number of available variations.  

“With a possible 64 steps per band and the ability to create polyrhythmic patterns, the MIDI MuRF Pattern Editor lets users tailor their patterns for a sound that’s uniquely their own” said Moog Applications Engineer, Amos Gaynes. “You can store up to 22 custom patterns at a time on the MIDI MuRF itself, so you can take your unique grooves with you anywhere.”

The MIDI MuRF is already being snapped up by guitarists, keyboardists, producers and DJs worldwide.  With the new Pattern Editor they’ll be able to take their explorations further; faster and easier than ever before.

Available now as a free download

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About Moog Music: Moog Music and its customers carry on the legacy of Bob Moog, the inventor of the synthesizer. Moog designs and manufactures electronic musical instruments, including Little Phatty® and Minimoog® Voyager® synthesizers, Moogerfooger® effects modules, Etherwave® theremins and The Moog Guitar. Founded by Bob Moog, Moog Music designs and manufactures its products in Asheville, N.C.

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