Recorded on September 12, 2010
Drums: Roland TR-909
Synths: Moog Memorymoog
Overdrive bass: Yamaha RBX-170
DAW/FX: ProTools M-Powered
Daniel Fisher fires up the awesome Moog System 55 modular synth in this exclusive preview.
A brief history of the theremin, Leon Theremin, Bob Moog, a quick teardown and brief explanation on how they work. plus some bloopers at the end.
Thomas Grillo. does online theremin tuition and also sells a DVD on how to play theremins. his youtube channel ishttps://www.youtube.com/user/ThomasGr…
Peter Pringle & the RCA talking machine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2cQ7…
Dorit Chrysler with the Polyphonic Theremin (released on April 1st )
Tried to take my Moog Synth Jams to the Next level.
“Sound Edited with Ableton. I used two tracks for each sound to make it phatter.”
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Alesis Andromeda A6 + EHX Small Stone + Deluxe Memory Boy + Cathedral Stereo Reverb
Moog Taurus III
Roland SH 01 GAIA
Roland Juno Di
Moog Minimoog Voyager
Keyboardist Zac Baird demonstrates how he uses the Moog Werkstatt analog synthesizer within Ableton Live DAW software. After the video, click the link above for even more info on the Moog Werkstatt and Ableton Live.
Amos Gaynes from Moog Music Inc gives us a sneak peek at the upcoming new Moog Sub 37 Firmware update 1.1 which will add a host of new features to this already incredibly flexible and fantastic sounding analogue synth. Best of all, the update will be completely free to existing users.
Max Ravitz gives us a private demo of an incredible newly reborn Moog Model 15 Modular Synthesizer. These systems are painstakingly recreated using new old stock parts, PCB designs and manufacturing processes wherever possible, with the Model 15 joining the System 35 and System 55 in a 2015 remake of Moog’s 1972 Modular system lineup. We are now sold out in the UK – if you have one in order, we are very jealous. Enjoy! http://www.sourcedistribution.co.uk
In this video, electronic music and sound design pioneer Suzanne Ciani explores the Moog modular System 55 for the first time in decades. Ciani came to the Moog factory in Asheville, NC to play the first System 55 newly handcrafted by Moog in over thirty years. The patch, created and performed live, was shot in one take and features a sequence designed on the 960 Sequential Controller that’s driving three 921B oscillators into a 904B High Pass filter whose cutoff is being modulated by a 921 oscillator. A second set of 921B oscillators is also being played manually into a 904A Low Pass filter whose cutoff knob is also being modulated by the 921 oscillator. The resulting sound of each is then sent through its own dedicated MF-104M analog delay for ambience. The audio has been captured directly with no eq, compression, or editing applied.
To learn more about Moog modular synthesizers: http://www.moogmusic.com/content/moog…
To lear more about Suzanne Ciani: http://www.sevwave.com/