What does a four oscillator MiniMoog sound like?

May 24, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

MF107 Freqbox comprises an analogue oscillator with FM, an integral envelope follower and hard sync. With voltage inputs for all vital parameters and the Moog name on it, the Freqbox offers direct, unfussy musical interaction.

At the heart of the Freqbox is a Moog oscillator, its waveforms selected via a continuous knob — so much nicer than a switch. The smooth waveform transition begins with a triangle and progresses through sawtooth to square, culminating in a narrow pulse wave. The Frequency control is marked from zero to 10, representing a range of 25Hz up to 1.6kHz. I’d have preferred to see the real frequencies on there, but as the Freqbox is about working by ear, this is hardly a big deal. Should you feel the urge to exceed the base frequency range, a CV input on the rear is your means of applying external pressure to stretch the pitch from subsonic up to around 20kHz.

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What’s a four oscillator MiniMoog sound like? Didn’t you always want to know? Then check this out. The FreqBox oscillator tracks quite well and has the same continuous wave form selection knob that the Voyager does. And it has sync and that works cool with overdriving the input of the Mini.

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