Playing the Juno 6 and Moog ClusterFlux

September 17, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

“Messing about with a Roland Juno 6 and a Moog Clusterflux.
Juno 6 outputs in mono into the MF-Clusterflux – multitracked 4 times.
The Clusterflux lends a nice evolving texture to the Juno 6, but I think I got carried away and overdid it.”

The Cluster Flux is an ultra-powerful and flexible, sound-sculpting tool for use live or in the studio. Expansive functionality combined with warm, analog sound come from the state-of-the-art all-analog audio signal path. Musical, flexible, playable, and durable, the Cluster Flux is capable of providing classic flanging, chorusing, and vibrato effects, but is also capable of a much wider range of modulated delay line effects than traditional stomp boxes in this class due to the wide range of the front panel controls, the multi-waveform LFO, as well as CV and MIDI Control.

The MF-108M Cluster Flux is more powerful than traditional chorus/flange effects offering musicians the  added modulation of multiple LFO waveforms: Sine, Triangle, Square, Saw, Ramp and Random, to create many kinds of new modulated BBD Delay effects. MIDI IN allows control of Delay Time, Range, Feedback, Output Level, LFO Waveform, LFO Rate, LFO Amount and Mix.

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