In this video we explore the possibilities of the the new Moog Mother-32 semi-modular analog synthesizer hosted within Eurorack modular system. The Mother-32 has already been met with high praise from experienced modular users to the novice.
Instead of reviewing its features, we wanted to demonstrate a variety of creative patches to show the Mother’s timbral and musical prowess.
We’ve numbered each patch in the video. Tell us what you’re favorites are in the comments below.
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the battle 😉
Moog Minimoog (USA 1978) vs. Formanta Polivoks (USSR 1982)
The Polivoks is no Minimoog copy!
The MM has three VCOs and the PV two of them. The PV has a lowpass and a bandpass filter, loop envelopes, auto trigger, a LFO with different waveforms and a lot more features.
This demo video only show the character of the two synths with near indentical sound programs.
I used not VCO3 in the Minimoog and not the bandpass filter in the Polivoks.
Both are fantastic synths with unique sound character.
Sound demo of Moog Mother-32 synthesizer. Full review: https://ask.audio/articles/review-moo…
The big name Modular synths. They like each other.
This is just a comparison between the Minimoog Model D and the Voyager’s different waveforms.
>> “I realize after making this that one can’t really compare one synth’s saw to another’s square.”
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