Shown in the fifth picture. Caption: "MOOG MOOGERFOOGER MF101 FILTER & MF104M DELAY We have these two right next to our keyboard and we use them a lot. They’re both super easy to jam with and just sound great. We’ve configured them as external effects in Ableton, so we can use them instantly on every track." - [*Attack Magazine*](http://www.attackmagazine.com/features/my-studio/session-victim-studio/#).more
During Legowelt’s Studio Tour for *Future Music Magazine*, at 9:45 Legowelt shows us that he has his [Yamaha DX5](http://equipboard.com/suggested_items/new?artist=legowelt&gear=studio-equipment&src=board) running through his MoogerFooger, giving it a, in his words, "warmer" sound to his synth.more
The switcher controls a Fuchs Royal Plush compressor, a Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie Wah, a Radial Engineering Tonebone Classic, a Marion Henry Electric Fuzz Bucket, a Moogerfooger MF-104M analog delay, a BBE MB-2 Mind Bender vibrato/chorus, Boss PS-5 Super Shifter and PH-3 Phase Shifter pedals, a Source Audio Soundblox 2 Orbital Modulator, a Malekko Omicron Fuzz, a Guyatone MD2 Micro Digital Delay, and a Banzai Cold Fusion Overdrive that he compares to a Klon Centaur and says is key to his sound.more
Authentic bucket brigade delay in a stomp box format by moog. Dont be fooled into thinking this is just a guitar pedal by the layout "buckets" of headroom and accepts line level or hi Z. As with all moogerfoogers the unit can be overdriven to further increase the warmth of the tone. Full midi control and CV implementation further increase functionality. The delay is a little "dark" for some people and i think it sounds best with the delay returned into its own channel and EQ'd. Also no true bypass, but why would you want it when the the unit colours the sound so nicely.
A bit expensive, but the warmest analog, but flexible delay sound ever. with bypass you can have a warm distortion pedal for your keyboards and guitars. MIDI and tap syncronizable.