You Shall Not Pass
Today's subject is the altogether amazing Moog MF-101 Low Pass Filter. Released in 1998 as part of the now legendary MoogerFooger range, this thing is one of those makes-anything-sound-better boxes; just pass a signal into it, and what comes out of it will probably sound better! As you can see from the picture, this is a relatively straightforward device. There are no menus or hidden features, WYSIWYG.
Take a drive
For us here at SUB HQ, the highlight of the MF-101 is the drive knob. This thing can go from subtle warmth to total smash, and it sounds awesome wherever it is! Drums, synths, vocals, carrots, they can all be improved by a little or a lot of this Moog Magic. The filter, of course, is glorious, and the envelope and mix knob further enhance your sound shaping possibilities.
Connectivity wise there is everything you could want; a mono in and out, and then CV in controls for all the filter settings, as well as CV out from the envelope.
In summary, we love this thing. It sounds (and looks) great. It is extremely versatile, and very straightforward to use. If you have ever listened to our music (and if not, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?), then you have heard the MoogerFooger MF-101.
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