Oberkorn step sequencer playing Moog Voyager XL, Pro1, Monopoly

July 4, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Background info on the video below:

having a play. First Oberkorn is playing a Moog Voyager XL. Then a SCI Pro-1, then lastly Korg Monopoly. Controlling each via CV and Gate (pitch, filter, trigger).
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Modulatus Maximus

June 12, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Liz Lang of Auracene demonstrates some of the many modular capabilities in the Minimoog Voyager XL while used in conjunction with Ableton Live.

“Designed in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Minimoog, the Minimoog Voyager XL is a sonic powerhouse that pays homage to important milestones in the Moog synthesizer legacy. It starts with the heart of a Minimoog Model D. Fat oscillators and warm Moog filters give it that unmistakable Moog sound and the rugged construction and intuitive user interface design immediately tells you that you’re playing a high-quality musical instrument. From the current Voyager lineage, the XL inherits a 100% analog signal path with stable oscillators, patch storage, touch surface, pot mapping and extensive MIDI control functionality. To all this, add a ribbon controller and 61 note keyboard and you have a monster analog monosynth built on a 40 year legacy of sonic exploration.”

Learn more about the Minimoog Voyager XL at:

www.moogmusic.com/products/minimoog-voyagers/minimoog-voyager-xl

Marc Doty On The Minimoog Voyager XL

September 30, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Marc Doty on the Voyager XL from Moog Music on Vimeo.

Designed in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Minimoog, the Minimoog Voyager XL is a sonic powerhouse that pays homage to important milestones in the Moog synthesizer legacy. It starts with the heart of a Minimoog Model D. Fat oscillators and warm Moog filters give it that unmistakable Moog sound and the rugged construction and intuitive user interface design immediately tells you that you’re playing a high-quality musical instrument.

From the current Voyager lineage, the XL inherits a 100% analog signal path with stable oscillators, patch storage, touch surface, pot mapping and extensive MIDI control functionality. To all this, add a ribbon controller and 61 note keyboard and you have a monster analog monosynth built on a 40 year legacy of sonic exploration. The MINIMOOG VOYAGER XL Synthesizer is a monophonic analog performance and production synthesizer. Based on the Minimoog Voyager sound engine, it incorporates virtually all of the sound resources and functions of the original Minimoog Model D and Voyager, with the addition of a number of exciting features from Moog’s modular synthesizer legacy.

Chip like – I normally do this on sundays

February 16, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · 1 Comment 

New video from deadmau5:

modular-vania. lots of midi to CV, the M5n, SK1, Oberkorn, BLD’s, Cwejman VCOS’s, dark energy, voyager, couple of kenton USB’s. yadda yadda. fun stuff.

Voyager Controller Techniques

January 30, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Minimoog Voyager XL MIDI & CV Controller Features

A quick look at a few of the many MIDI and CV control capabilities of the Minimoog Voyager XL. An XL prototype, Slim Phatty prototype, Moog Voyager, Moogerfoogers, Korg MicroX, Yamaha MU80 and more are used to test some of the XL’s more advanced functions.

Intro to the MiniMoog Voyager XL

December 31, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

This official Moog video is an introduction to the Moog Minimoog Voyager XL.

The Minimoog Voyager XL is a semi-modular monster synth that combines the best features and the sound of the Minimoog, the flexibility of Moog modular synthesizers and a full host of control options. Incorporating virtually all of the sound resources and functions of the original Minimoog Model D and Voyager, The Minimoog Voyager XL features extensive front-panel patchability that harkens back to the original ground-breaking Moog modular synthesizers. A host of features previously found only on massive modular synthesizers combined with state-of-the-art analog technology make it a sound design and control dream machine.

Highlights include:

  • Unmistakable Moog Sound and Quality
  • 100% Analog Audio Path – Moog Ladder Filter
  • 61-Note Velocity Sensitive Keyboard with After-Pressure
  • Extensive Control Voltage Connectivity
  • Modular-Style Patching
  • Ribbon Controller with Pitch and Gate CV Outputs
  • Touch Surface Controller with X, Y, A and Gate Outputs
  • Additional LFO Source with Multiple MIDI-Syncable Waveforms
  • External Audio Input & Effects Loop Insert

A new Moog on its way

September 9, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

The rumor mill has been abuzz with news of a new monster monosynth – the Moog MiniMoog Voyager XL. The Voyager XL promises to be a semi-modular monosynth (think Korg MS-20 on steroids), and has the synth community salivating.

The Moog Voyager XL is a 60-key analog synth that combines the features of the standard Moog Minimoog Voyager with the VX-351 Control Voltage Expander, adds a dash of the CP-251 Control Processor and then throws in a ribbon controller.

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