We purchased the Moog Voyager a few years back. We previously owned a Moog Little Phatty and instantly fell in love with the Moog sound. The Moog Voyager sounds unlike any other analogue synth. The classic Moog 24db filter does wonders for your sound and can create those classic Moog basses. Has 3 oscillators sweeping from sine to square waveforms and 2 envelopes one for amplitude and one for filter. The 24db filter has two filter types lowpass and highpass. The resonance on the filter allows you to create squelchy acid bass sounds.
We’ve expanded our Moog Voyager RME with the two addition expanders the VX-351 and the VX-352. This allows you to send control voltage (CV) signals in and out of the voyager. The Moog Voyager has 1000’s of possibilities but expanded the possibilities are endless. Simply route any CV output into any CV input on the Moog Voyager to create a variety of complex patches.
We have also expanded our semi modular Moog with various moogerfooger pedals. We own the lowpass filter MF-101, ring modulator MF-102, 12-stage phaser MF-103, analog delay MF-104 and another analog delay MF-104Z. The moogerfooger pedals are amazing especially the two delay pedals. The original MF-104 analog delay is limited edition and only 1000 units were ever made. The sound achieved using these pedals is incredibly warm unlike any other digital delay. Additionally we have our Moog Minitaur hooked up to the Voyager and use that as a sub oscillator. The Minitaur was designed as a bass synthesizer so works perfectly with the Voyager.
We custom built our Moog Voyager rack from scratch with the idea of standing in front of it for hours patching CV cables and programming complex patches. Step 1 we built the frame the rack will sit in. Step 2 we added rack mounts to each side running all the way to the top. Step 3 we began to add all the units to the racks and wire up the patchbay. Step 4 power on and play.
Using the Moog Voyager RME expanded we have created a number of different VST samplers which some can be download free from our sample shop here. Al VST's are mac and windows compatible. Pictured below is a free sampler called Anamogue Voyager FX. Anamogue Voyager FX is a free download of a VST instrument sampler recorded using a Moog Voyager synthesizer. All sounds are unprocessed and a direct emulation of the sound you would achieve from the Moog Voyager. Sounds include 43 fallers, 25 risers, 29 sweeps and 24 zaps. Each sample is loaded on to C2 and spans the full keyboard range. By playing FX in different octaves adjust the speed in which the sample is played.
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