Hey! I was in Asheville and the Moog Factory in May too! I was there playing the Asheville Electro-Music Festival in Black Mountain, and stopped in to have my Voyager tuned up.
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Quote from: Julio Di Benedetto on April 11, 2016, 04:01:44 PM
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.
Quote from: drone on on December 14, 2014, 08:07:04 AM
Got to see them on 79 tour with original lineup. It was pretty mind blowing. I think even my Dad enjoyed it (one of the best presents he ever gave me, namely because he knew how much I loved them and was willing to take me ). I'd have to say Dressed to Kill from '75 is my favorite album, with Destroyer and the debut self titled one close behind. Not to mention Alive, a legendary live album.
You gotta give them credit for spending two hours putting on the makeup for all those years.
Looks like we're in the minority here. I can understand most negative opinions. I'd call them a guilty pleasure these days. Cheesy, yet oh so good.....
Quote from: Bill Binkelman on February 08, 2015, 01:04:20 PM
Thanks, Paul. That means a lot. I was just listening to Silence Speaks In Shadow a few days ago as I was compiling my top 20 "desert island" discs for the ambient@hyperreal listserv survey...and yes, once again, it made the cut. What a brilliant piece of work. Absolutely essential ambient and should be in everyone's collection (I actually own two copies "just in case.").