Behringer previews the BM-103, an analog clone/replica of the Moog Moogerfooger MF-103 12-stage phaser effect pedal from 1999.
Ready for another pedal? After announcing three replicas of the popular Moog Moogerfooger pedals, Behringer unveiled number 4 today.
The BM-103 is an analog clone/replica of the Moogerfooger MF-103 12-stage phaser.
We have showed you prototypes of our version of the Mooger Fooger pedals, which are no longer produced. We have just built another prototype, which is the Phaser with up to 12 stages. Before we manufacture it, we’d like to know what your interest is in this model?
Like the other announced Moogerfooger clones/replicas (Boogerfooger), this one will also follow the original in features. Moog describes the MF-103 12-stage phaser as the “holy grail of analog phase, conjuring ultra-rich sweeps, deep swirls, vocal gyrations, and bi-phase effects.”
Interface side it is a 1-to-1 copy and offers the same functions as the original. It starts with a wide-range LFO capable of generating soft swells up to high-speed modulations ending in sonic destruction.
You set the LFO amount and the rate (0,1Hz – 250Hz) with dedicated knobs. There is also a lo/hi switch that selects between the low LFO range (0.01Hz-2.5Hz) and the high LFO range (1.0Hz-250Hz).
On the right side, you get full control over the phaser. You can set the sweep and the height + sharpness of the peaks in the phaser frequency response using the resonance potentiometer. You can also work with either 6 or 12 stages. It also comes with a drive knob for adjusting the audio input and an audio output leveler.
On the back, the Behringer version offers all the I/O CV/expression pedal connectivity of the original, including audio input/output, sweep, reso, rate, aux out, and more. So you can manipulate and control each parameter simultaneously and in an expressive way.
Behringer BM-103 availability and price TBA.
More information here: Behringer
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