It’s an authentic recreation of the Model D, and part of the profits will be donated to the Bob Moog Foundation
We can attest to this software model of the Minimoog Model D sounding very good, and… okay, we admit it: there’s something appealing about its simplicity and limited programmability. Its panel isn’t angled up, but the purists among us can simulate that by angling their laptop screens appropriately.
Here’s Cherry Audio’s release:
Cherry Audio is kicking off its “Bob Moog Appreciation Month” (BMAM) with the release of Minimode, our homage to Dr. Robert A. Moog and the best-known and loved analog synthesizer ever made. Minimode is our painstaking virtual emulation of the granddaddy of all portable synthesizers, the Model D. When we set out to create Minimode, we focused on a single principle: absolute authenticity.
And as part of our month-long BMAM celebration, Cherry Audio will be donating a portion of profits from Minimode to the Bob Moog Foundation.
In association with DSP master and frequent collaborator Mark Barton (MRB), we studied and measured every nuance, every curve, and every response of the audio. Minimode portrays the classic original’s pure, raw, powerful sound. The interface is a meticulous recreation of the original, from the maple cabinet and textured surface to the unmistakable knobs and switches.
The resulting monophonic tones are so mighty that we could not resist adding one particular enhancement: we’ve made it easy to dial in two, four, eight, or sixteen polyphonic voices guaranteed to bring the house down. Minimode also includes a library of over 250 presets created by professional sound designers. In addition, we’ve added a new feature to Minimode: the ability to save custom MIDI controller mappings to individual presets or globally, or both.
It’s been said, “Everyone should have one,” and we couldn’t agree more. That’s why Cherry Audio is bringing Minimode to the desktop for the inconceivably low price of
Current price: $39