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Something new in the wind at Moog?


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Yeah Steve, that would be my guess and it looks like maybe 4 OSC's.
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or four... thousand dollars?

 

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Hmm, four oscillators on a mono synth... atop the current extended edition of the Voyager... we're getting closer and closer to a modern equivalent of the Moog Modular.

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Sounds interesting. I always start to feel warmly interested when I try to search out what bands like the Rolling Stones (and of course many others) were doing with the original (Moog) modulars in their bands. Like in the well known Moog documentary there is not too much attention for the deeper thoughts and more profound applications of all those modules. There's room for technical improvement of the modules, and of course the Voyager has programmability, but that can all be made into exciting sounds and analog signal processing for which there appears to be little attention beyond the "where do I put the bench on a hammond" level...

 

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...what bands like the Rolling Stones (and of course many others) were doing with the original (Moog) modulars in their bands.

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Where the #°ç* is my post... the damn software ate it! :mad:

 

Never mind, here it is again:

My guess is 4 voices, with *two* oscillators per voice.

:)

 

 

I hope you´re wrong,- I´d miss one or two voices for a polyphonic and the 3rd OSC per voice for a Moog.

And I don´t want to compare it w/ a TO Son of 4 Voice now.

 

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Too bad it doesn't rhyme with "Henry Rogue."

 

You lost me Moonglow... What rhymes with "Henry Rogue"?

 

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My guess is 4 voices, with *two* oscillators per voice.

smile

 

This...probably, to compete head to head with the SO4v. As tempting as it sounds, I'm still leaning toward the OB for the different color.

 

 

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Too bad it doesn't rhyme with "Henry Rogue."

 

You lost me Moonglow... What rhymes with "Henry Rogue"?

 

:)

Memorymoog

 

Struggled to find something that rhymed with "memory." Sorry, it was the best I could do. :(

 

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Now if you say you don't know what a Memorymoog is.....

 

Nope... :) I hear you loud and clear. A re-issue of the Memorymoog would be cool. I'd still like to see a top quality plug-in reproduction, though I haven't tried Memorymoon yet.

 

Of all the Moogs, the Memorymoog might have been my favorite (and the Polymoog my least favorite).

 

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Where the #°ç* is my post... the damn software ate it! :mad:

 

Never mind, here it is again:

My guess is 4 voices, with *two* oscillators per voice.

:)

 

 

I hope you´re wrong,- I´d miss one or two voices for a polyphonic and the 3rd OSC per voice for a Moog.

And I don´t want to compare it w/ a TO Son of 4 Voice now.

 

A.C.

 

*I* hope to be wrong too... I was just considering the most likely move from a commercial point of view. I'd love 4 voices with 4 oscillators per voice! :D

Oh, and a couple of analog LFOs too!

 

 

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though I haven't tried Memorymoon yet.

 

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Memorymoon works great, but it´s software w/ all it´s advantages and disadvantages.

 

Memorymoon is separate voice design like OPX / OPX Pro and OPX Pro II are,- so it´s one of the better plugins !

 

Memorymoon´s plugins will be more improved in future because there will be oversampling then.

 

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*I* hope to be wrong too... I was just considering the most likely move from a commercial point of view. I'd love 4 voices with 4 oscillators per voice! :D

Oh, and a couple of analog LFOs too!

 

Well, my old hands still have 5 fingers and I often play 2 keys w/ my thumb.

5 voices,- like a Prophet 5, but w/ 3 OSCs and some hidden specialities would be more ideal for me.

Just my players, not programmers, point of view.

 

A.C.

 

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