desmond wrote:ef37a wrote:Can you more specific re "interface compromised" please?
They are very small, and a bit fiddly.
(Not as fiddly as the Roland Boutiques though...)
If you compare the size of a Minimoog, with the Berry version, you'll see the difference...
Yes that's it, this applies to the "D" a lot, my friend who has one agrees that it's not so easy to do certain things, on the Moog Mini you have very fine conttol over detuning and filter sweeps/resonance owing to the large knobs, also, psychologically small and fiddly can sound small and fiddly, there's something about interacting with a nice looking wood cabinet and big knobs, that's where I think they need to address this a bit, even if it does add to the price it would be worth it.