Behringer previews the BM-101, an analog clone/replica of the Moog Moogerfooger MF-101 lowpass filter effect pedal from 1998.
The Moog Moogerfooger effects were among the most popular pedals in electronic music. Behringer has also seen this and is currently working on authentic clones/replicas of this popular effects series, which have been discontinued for a long time.
Behringer has already announced the BM-102 ring modulator and the AD-104 analog delay pedal. Number three was announced today.
Some time ago we showed you a prototype of our version of the Mooger Fooger pedal, which is no longer produced. We have just built another prototype of the Low Pass Filter, equipped with Midi Control. Before we manufacture it, we’d like to know what your interest is in this model?
With the BM-101, Behringer is now showing a clone/replica of the MF-101 lowpass filter—the pedal based on Bob Moog’s legendary ladder filter design. It offers the same features as the original.
You get a filter and resonance knob that control the lowpass ranging from 15Hz to 12kHz. There is also a switch that selects between 12dB/Octave (2pole) (bright) and 24dB/Octave (4pole) (deep) filter slopes.
Then, it has a drive circuit knob that adjusts the audio input gain with a three-color level indicator. A mix potentiometer crossfades continuously from unfiltered to filtered audio.
The envelope (selectable smooth and fast response) determines how much the envelope follower modulates the filter cutoff with envelope strength indicator. Finally, there is a bypass with two-color indicator.
On the back, the Behringer version offers all the I/O connectivity of the original, including audio input/output, envelope out… Plus MIDI over USB.
Behringer BM-101 availability and price TBA.
More information here: Behringer
Its probably cheaper than Moogs VST!
Worse. It’s pronounced Boager Foager.
Shameful at every level