Minimoog Voyager + Tenori-On
Background video description (Googlish from Spanish):
THIS VIDEO IS TEACHING. NOT intend to present as art WHAT SOUNDS HERE.
The Tenori-On is also a good sound module, excellent sequencer. Among the possibilities that is counted as sequencer to sequence the analog equipment that has MIDI inputs and outputs.
Following the setup of the video:
Tenori-On Voyager IN to OUT
Tenori-On Voyager OUT IN
After connecting as specified above and turn on both instruments. You must assign the MIDI channel of the MIDI channel Moog Tenori-On you want to tie. In the example, the Voyager melodic loop, which sounds all the time, is assigned to MIDI channel 1 and the layer 1 of the song within the Tenori-On.
Tenori-On: Stereo audio output to the audio console, without processing.
Voyager: mono audio output mono audio input of the MF-104Z Moogerfooger Delay and Moogerfooger audio output to audio console.
Do not use any additional processing.
This is just a simple example of how to incorporate the Tenori-On to September 1 analogue.
For MIDI analog synthesizers but with controls without CV / Gate, the recommendation is to use a converter MIDI to CV / Gate.
If you have a MIDI Patchbay (like MOTU MIDI Timepiece), it is possible to sequence up to 16 tracks simultaneously with external MIDI instruments.
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