Not modular related but Moog related......Noisebug in Pomona announced that production of the Voyager was ending....and of course they had plenty in stock to sell.
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Julio, Never got to play with an original Buchla unit, but saw one up close when the Exploratorium had a Buchla exhibit years back. I interviewed Morton Subotnick when I was in college for an article that never came out and he was crazy about Buchla gear back then.
Alright Julio. I'll take some proper snaps soon. This is a screen grab from Netflix of my system's brief cameo in I Dream Of Wires.
This seems like an appropriate place to slip this in... I paid over a hundred times more for my Moog Modular System 15.
Yesterday I tried for the first time to run an external sound source through the Moog Mother 32 Ladder filter. I was rather impressed with the results which I recorded. Closed down the filter has a lovely woolliness to it but opened up theres a quality to it that really shimmers. The wavetable oscillator does not sound like this running through any other of my eurorack filters.
Reminds me of the fun I had processing external audio through my Korg MS-20 many, many moons ago.
My Mini MiniMoog,
Had this mother for a few days so its still new to me but its really straight forward as far as tweaking sounds.....it sounds very very good and its reasonable priced, actually its a great deal when you consider what your getting, oh and the build quality is first rate.
Ran the sequencer a few times and re clocked it externally which gave it some interesting patterns. Also functions as a keyboard.
Have not explored the patch bay in much depth yet other than taking the direct pulse and square wave outs and patching them into the main modular.
This is a great piece of kit whether a part of a larger modular system or just by itself hooked up to a midi or cv controller.
Why the QuNexus vs a Midi keyboard? Just curious if there are obvious benefits that I am missing.
Nice hardware...Im a little jelly
Do you only work within the confides of the hardware or do you rout your patches into software to use as layers and musical elements?
I enjoyed listening, thanks for the share.