Excerpt: It's not uncommon for manufactures to offer custom rack ears to allow you to rack otherwise non-rack mounted gear. In this particular case, Moog put a bit more thought into the rack ears they designed for the desktop bass synth, Minitaur. The rack ears allow for mounting at two different angles, allowing you to choose which is right for your particular layout. The first angle places the Minitaur flush in the rack, aligned with your other gear.
Pros: Ease of installation, Good design, Good Quality
Summary: Even great-sounding synths often take tweaking to get the best out of them. Not so with the MiniTaur; it always sounds great! It has a beautiful, warm, thick analogue sound, and the build quality is great, with knobs akin to late 70s gear. Note that the synth is designed for bass, and doesn't generate notes above C5, but it's ideal for bass parts, low leads, and it can even do some great retro drum sounds.
Summary: This little monster is very robust, the solid metal casing has a matte black finish covered in top-grade knobs that travel very smoothly without any lateral movement - it just oozes quality. The knobby interface might look fairly basic, but once you register and download the software you can set a lot more parameters Under-The-Hood like 'Note Sync' (Osc Sync), Legato settings and you can even set how it reacts to the Mod-Wheel (up & down independently from 2 to 24...