Moog Music MuRF MF-105

Moog Music MuRF MF-105

The MF-105 MuRF is a new and unique effect designed by Bob Moog. MuRF is short for Multiple Resonance Filter Array. The MuRF provides sequenced filter effects that have not been heard before!


Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price: $449.00

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User Reviews of the Moog Music MuRF MF-105

  • Submitted by Anthony from Melbourne (66 points) on Nov 7, 2008
  • I'm not in love with this pedal, though its got its uses. As stated in other reviews it can do sort of reverse delay, quasi phase and shimmering tremolo fx. There is a jumper inside of it which is default set to operate in mono when bypassed but put it in the other position and it will allow stereo through put on bypass. Probably the most use I get out of this is in the B/LFO position on pattern one. I made a small CV box with a potentiometer to control how much the bands shift up and down from their center frequency. This can create a bit of a leslie effect though its more subtle than the murf in "animation" mode. Its a decent EQ as well. Not all the motion patterns are that great though there is a lot of variety in there. Envelope attack and decay controls would have been a nice choice rather than just one knob, but it does well as it is.
  • Good Points: Can create some unusual effects, looks cool, there's nothing else quite like it. Versatile if you'r prepared to move away from the basic operation.
  • Bad Points: The output stage introduces unwanted clock noise when turned up past half way. It is possible to get bored with the murf once the "wow" factor has worn off as it has an unmistakable sounds in it main operation mode.
  • Price Paid: US$650.00
  • Purchased At: Awave
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  • Submitted by mthead from Seattle, WA (38 points) on Jul 3, 2007
  • The 8 resonant filters are great for tweaking out loops. I liked using the envelope to create new sounds out of recycled noises. I liked that I could control with my Paia modular to have other modulation choices. I was also able to get phase shift or tremolo like sounds. The drive section can also be used for an extra boost, when a little more distortion is needed.
  • Good Points: Stereo, voltage controlled, good drive
  • Bad Points: Didn't like all the patterns.
  • Price Paid: US$349.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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  • Submitted by Ethan from San Francisco, CA (68 points) on Jan 31, 2006
  • I use this in almost everything I do now. It excels at warming up any sound and outputting in stereo as long as it isn't bypassed. It is capable of taking one sustained note and splitting it into a controllable polyrhythm of frequencies.
  • Good Points: Incredibly useful in many applications. Beautiful Drive knob. All functions controllable by expression pedal and option of tap tempo pedal! Well worth the price.
  • Bad Points: None!
  • Price Paid: US$320.00
  • Purchased At: ebay
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  • Submitted by Paul from Chico, CA (48 points) on Dec 23, 2005
  • OMFG!!! This thing is the most unique pedal, probably anywhere. Get one. I can't even begin to describe what it sounds like like, but suffice it to say that it's like adding an arpeggiator to what ever you want. It overdrives well and offers powerful EQ, it has crazy delay-like effects... it just totally kills.
  • Good Points: It's sturdy, and amazingly different. What a wonderful pedal! CV jacks for everything and tap tempo. That's right, analog tap tempo!
  • Bad Points: None.
  • Price Paid: US$399.00
  • Purchased At: bigcitymusic.com
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