Just for information. I wrote my post after reviewing exactly those pages
There wasn’t even an image to be enlarged enough to read all the things on the front panel. What I would like to know - just as an example - is:
What are those four VCOs? What are the waveshapes (there are four positions on the VCO knobs)? Is there sync possible? Is there PWM possible? Is there some cross-modulation possible (I assume there is, because it’s semi-modular, but I would like to know).
Or how is the VCF? Can we use the stereo filter as two independent mono filters? I assume it’s a 24 dB ladder filter, but is this true? Can we modulate the cutoff AND the resonance (some synths do this)?
… and many more questions, which are interesting for me to buy or not to buy.
Don’t get me wrong … I love Moog synths. All Moogs I have in the studio provide great sound, are a joy to use, and I am very interested to get my hands on original Bob Moog circuits from the past. But there could be at least some references like the VCO/VCF is a re-imagination of model xyz.
I had the feeling that Moog is telling us: Moog is great and you can’t go wrong getting it, just buy it and don’t worry. I - simply as is - dislike this kind of attitude in general.
But maybe - I missed something - nobody is perfect