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    Learning Modular Synthesis TUTORiAL

    Team kEiSO | 03 Apr 2017 | 950.0 MB

    Moog Mother-32 Semimodular Synth

    The Moog Mother-32 is a very popular starter instrument for those looking to get into modular synthesis. It contains a capable one-oscillator synthesizer voice with a Moog design filter, as well as surprisingly full-featured step sequencer. Best of all, it’s a semimodular synth in that all of its components are already wired together and able to create sounds right out of the box. But it also contains a Patch panel, allowing you to override its internal wiring as well as connect it to external synthesizer modules. Synth designer Chris Meyer gives you a quick-start introduction to all three of these sections of the Moog Mother-32, including how to mount the Mother-32 into a Eurorack-format case, plus important advice on the first external modules you might want to add to it.

    Topics include:
    – Connecting the Mother-32, as well as relocating it to an open-ended modular cabinet
    – Crafting your own sounds using its synthesis engine, including learning the differences between oscillator and modulator waveshapes, filter modes, and envelope types
    – Programming the powerful step sequencer, including holds, rests, slurs, accents, and ratchets
    – Editing sequences, including live performance tricks
    – Patching the Mother-32 to other modules, including the important use of attenuators, mixers, and multiples
    – Adding a second envelope generator to the Mother-32
    – Adding a second (and third!) oscillator to the Mother-32

    INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/1GjP
    Learning Modular Synthesis: Moog Mother-32 Semimodular Synth TUTORiAL


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