Chad Hugo walks through some of his favorite presets with the Moog Slim Phatty in this video from UniqueSquared. Chad was one of the artists that Moog partnered with to release presets for with the Slim Phatty, as seen on [Moog's website](http://www.moogmusic.com/news/100-new-artist-created-presets-white-slim-phatty).more
> Moog left off the Little Phatty's rather heavy case, the 37-key keyboard, and the mod and pitch wheels, so what remains is a lightweight and even portable version of the Little Phatty's main engine, fully compatible with MIDI, DAW, or CV-based studios. - vintagesynth.com> In the video we can see is positioned behind a **Alesis Q25** Controllermore
Moog Slim Phatty, Boss Octave pedal (either OC-2 or OC-3), TS9DX Turbo Tube Screamer, Moog Lowpass Filter, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Boss DD-5 Digital Delay, Avalon U5 for DI output, Eden Traveler 400-watt head (sounds much better than 800-watt versions in my opinion), 1×15 Ampeg cabinet, 4×10 Gallien-Krueger cabinetmore
Among the key pieces of gear are the Roland Juno-106 synth (which Dikiciyan first used way back on Quake 2), a Moog Slim Phatty for arpeggiated bass parts, the highly-desirable, retro-futuristic OP-1... and an iPad. Dikiciyan calls the iPad "a legit tool to use as a music pro" and notes that he used the Animoog app on "pretty much every single cue."more
This was my first Analog Synthesizer and DAMN is it a nice one. It sounds so nice and is built so well. The thing I'd say is wrong is how the "VST Editor" for it thats about 70$(?) and refuses to work even kinda for me for thats not a really problem with the synth.