Excuse me, but there are some people who have said that MMV is not usable because of just one or two problems they've found. I've found tons of them and I'm still supposed to think it's a good product? You have been at this since day one. You ignore everybody else but jump on my back. I have no idea why. About 2/3's of the modules have problems, and some many problems, in addition to other general problems with the synth. It's one very sloppy piece of programming. I don't know why you keep defending it. You want it full of bugs, but I don't. I didn't buy it to hook up simple Minimoog sounds. The bugs that are in there have hindered me every step of the way from programming it to performing with it.
And I don't get your comment about my comparing it to a real Moog modular. It's supposed to be emulating a Moog Modular however, and the main problem there is the Arturia envelope shapes. They're not like any real analog. I have real modular synths and I don't have any problems with them except for an MOTM envelope voltage climbing problem. Now imagine if real hardware modulars have problems with 2/3's of the system. Nobody would except that.
And as far the Moog website, I stepped in to defend myself against lies said about me. Some of the bullshit Kevin Lighter has put out on AH, in private mail and elsewhere is ridiculous. I have to get back to that thread, but nothing I say can be refuted because I'm dealing with REAL MEASUREMENTS NOT SPECULATION. Sounds like you don't get that. Kevin Lightner kept trying to make up theories about the Moog VCO's and when he was shown to be wrong he would just come up with another until he couldn't go any further. That's when he blew up. Geezus Christ, I couldn't have made my case more clear there. Just as 2+2=4, there isn't anything to refute. They also failed listening tests. Kevin Lightner claims the Moog has more jitter than all other oscillators that's why it sounds so good, but it DOESN"T. IT HAS LESS. That's called a FACT. What part of that don't you get? Perhaps it's a reading comprehension problem. And then with you being wrong have the nerve to come on this board and act as if I'm wrong. Ridiculous. But you'll go down for the record from now on thinking that smaller numbers are greater in value than larger numbers.
That's right folks, Sweep now thinks 2.1 is greather than 6.3. Ridiculous.
And Kevin Lightner in his smear campaign also went at odds with Juergen Haible, a respected synth and circuit designer. What happens when a person can't discuss actual facts and admit they're wrong, then they blow up with childish name calling and resort to diversionary tatics. Anybody with an IQ of at least 60 can see through it.