Behringer AD104, clone of the Moog Moogerfooger analog delay pedal in the making

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Another Behringer project is the AD-104, a clone/replica of the iconic Moog Moogerfooger MF-104 BBD-based analog delay pedal. 

It’s Behringer News time again. Yes, I know you miss the daily “#hardvaporware” dose. After many Synthesizer announcements, the focus is now on cloning of well-known analogue effects devices.

The latest project from Uli Behringer’s team is an analog effect that is now known in the community under the code name “Boogerfooger”.

Behringer AD104

Behringer AD104

The AD-104 is an analog clone/replica/ripoff, whatever you want to call it here, of the well-known Moog Moogerfooger analog delay pedal from the early 2000. As a reminder: the original MF-104 was manufactured as a limited edition release of 1000 units.

Out of production for years, they are now traded on the second hand market for insane prices. On Reverb.com, you can grab a used one for between 1500€ and 2000€ or even more. Probably the main reason for Behringer to copy this analog pedal and to release it for a very little money.

What features the “Boogerfooger” AD104 will have is not yet known. But I think a lot will be identical to the original Moog MF-104. The core will use vintage Bucket Brigade delay chips with feedback that provide 800ms of crunchy, analog delay. It will also offer a multi-wave LFO with 6 waves giving you additional modulation options.

Further, it will have a dedicated tap tempo switch lets you quickly tap in your delay time or LFO rate. MIDI will also be board. On the back, you will find a mono input,  dedicated mix and delay outs, patching points for feedback, time, LFO rate & amount and a MIDI socket.

Behringer AD-104 analog delay

There are many indications that it is a 1 to 1 clone of the Moog Moogerfooger MF-104. We’ll see if the Behringer clone can keep up with the sound quality of the original.

Behringer AD104 price point and availability TBA.

More information will follow here: Behringer

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5 Comments

  1. Is there anything they haven’t cloned yet? (rhetorical Q, I know they haven’t cloned the Sigma, Liberation or Promars yet…)

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