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Sub Phatty Editor/Librarian.

Great to see the Editor/Librarian released today. Tried it out and it is very cool.
The best part is the easy access to the hidden functions. I like the randomize function too.


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I totally love the design of the official Moog editors...
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let me guess, it's free
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let me guess, it's free
That would be a first for Moog
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That would be a first for Moog
Yeah I know, but I got the impression that they finally caught on to the fact that everyone expects to get an editor as part of the cost of the synth, and not be asking for more money from people who have shelled out thousands already... it's absurd that an editor isn't absorbed into the cost of a voyager.
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it is 3rd-party developers (ReKon, SoundTower) "asking for more money" for the Voyager / LP editors... the new, free ones are developed in-house.
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Well it's about time! I believe the marketing said it came with this at no charge and I was a bit surprised that it did not. I'm excited to dig into it as it'll help me a lot considering I like to create a fair amount of presets for different projects.
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it is 3rd-party developers (ReKon, SoundTower) "asking for more money" for the Voyager / LP editors... the new, free ones are developed in-house.
Yeah of course, but as they're Moog endorsed, sold on site, surely their development should have been outsourced for full ownership, and as such included in the cost of the product development...?

Did Moog also catch on to that fact that some of these 3rd-party developers are completely incapable of doing a good job?
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Where can I find the editor? Looked on the Sub-Phatty page but didn't see it.

edit: registered the phatty and got the link!
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What a fantastic editor which makes the sub even more efficient in many areas.

what a pleasure to create / save a patch on a analogue synth of this level (why so many mono analogue synth don't feature that ?), I'm very impressed also by the new sounds presets programmed, really amazing and inspiring !
Someone should record them all to give you an idea...
Well done Moog, synth of the year in its category in my humble opinion.
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The IC folder is entirely made by me!
It contains the presets used in my video (the one I've shared a few months back) and others.

I'm quite happy with it too! I was part of the beta team, but the final result is really wonderful. This little beast is more powerful than ever!

Cheers!
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Yeah great job! I've identified them directly - thank you sir !
Automation/patch saving in a daw makes life so much easier as well (everything is saved with the set), highly recommended !
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Cool.
Moog rules, the best company in the industry IMO.
I spend way too much on Moog, but only because they are so good.
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The Sub Phatty editor went through a fairly extensive open beta to get where it is today, kudos to Moog and specifically Amos to putting the time into it. The plugin feels like a quality soft synth which is how a modern hardware plugin should behave.

I believe the Minitaur editor is also being revised by the same developer with complete plug in support for all DAWS.

It too bad DSI has not gone the same route. I don't mind paying a little extra for a solid plugin but the SoundTower options for both Moog and DSI have always been a bit clunky.
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It too bad DSI has not gone the same route. I don't mind paying a little extra for a solid plugin but the SoundTower options for both Moog and DSI have always been a bit clunky.
DSI is much smaller unfortunately, IMO Moog should takeover DSI and make it shine, Dave is cool guy anyway, still hope for them.
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