Summary: In 1975, the Taurus proved that doing one thing very well was worth more than doing many things adequately. On this basis, the Minitaur scores highly, and it's worthy of consideration by anyone looking for a dedicated bass synth. If you have a set of MIDI bass pedals (or even if you don't), you should definitely try it.
Pros: It's small, robust yet light, and very neat., It produces many of the classic Moog bass sounds, and much more besides., It offers much in the way of MIDI and analogue control.
Cons: I can't see why Moog limited the Minitaur to bass duties — it seems such a waste!, You need to use MIDI CCs and the editor to take advantage of all of its facilities., The documentation could be improved.
Excerpt: Moog is one of the world’s most iconic synth makers, having helped to popularise the synthesizer decades ago and produced many instruments that have formed the basis of entire genres of music. Unlike most sounds, the Moog has never really gone out of fashion, being an integral part of prog in the 70s, electro in the 80s, dance in the 90s and indie in the last decade.