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Auxiliary Hardware

The ergonomic and versatile Moog Music MP-201 multi-pedal was a clear standout among auxiliary hardware.
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Moog's Chris Stack (left) and EM's Geary Yelton

Moog Music MP-201 ($499)

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The ergonomic and versatile Moog Music MP-201 multi-pedal was a clear standout among auxiliary hardware. The sturdy, all-metal unit is equally at home with hardware and virtual instruments and effects on both Mac and PC, and naturally, the MP-201 works seamlessly with other Moog devices. You can individually program its four outputs as analog signals (CV, gate or LFO) or MIDI data. Its four footswitches, treadle and rotary-encoder/pushbutton let you dance your way through a host of controller options. Dual-purpose backlit rings around the footswitches and an LCD provide essential feedback even onstage. MIDI (standard and USB) and analog (1/4-inch TS) outputs are conveniently arrayed along the back.

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