Used by Jonny in studio. He played it during the March 1998 attempt at recording Big Boots. Some say that Thom or Jonny used the synth quite a lot during the Kid A/Amnesiac sessions, though I don’t know if those sounds are actually from the Rogue. It has also been mistakenly claimed to have been used on 2+2=5, when the synth used on that song is quite probably the Martenot.more
A Moog Rogue can been as part of Will Butler's keyboard rig during the Suburbs tour, as shown in [this Gear breakdown](http://acltv.com/2012/09/28/gear-blog-arcade-fire/) of their ACL show. The caption reads, "Far stage left was synth world including a Korg MS-20, a Dave Smith Prophet ’08, and a Moog Rogue…"more
All of SUNN O))) shows are based on 4 things Maximum Volume, Atmosphere, Sonic Artifacts (Distortion and Feedback), and LOW FREQUECIES!!!! Tos plays a key role in this since he is both the amp and synth guru for the band helping create the unique tone that SUNN O)))'s amps are known (even though they are already unique SUNN amps). Tos use the MOOG Rogue which is a monophonic synthesizer used mainly as a bass synth with real grit to it which Tos uses to it's full potential. Because "Maximum Volume yields Maximum Results".more
This used to be the "cheap Moog" but it was just undervalued for so long. Mean leads and basses. I had to make special cables to use it with the Kenton Pro Solo. The ends that connect to the synth are TRS 1/4 inch but not all leads will be used. Use 1/8 inch tip to TRS 1/4 inch tip and sleeve to sleeve for the gate. Use 1/8 inch tip to TRS 1/4 inch ring and sleeve to sleeve for the CV.