Published on Oct 12, 2019 manmade madman
“This is my second Moog One Demo video. I feel there are a shortage of videos showcasing programming of new aggressive sounds that might appear in the users tracks. Here, I go from Z backwards. The latest Moog One OS highlights updates in panning, stereo wideness, Eventide effects, Oscillator sharpness, and other features. I have tried to make sounds I
Published on Oct 11, 2019 CatSynth TV
“From the depths of Badwater Basin to the heights of the Amargosa mountains, we explore and celebrate the beauty of Death Valley with original music by Amanda Chaudhary.
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Arturia Mellotron V
Arturia CMI V
Published on Oct 11, 2019 once upon a synth
“In this one I show you how I record my song ‘Mothership’ using the Korg MonoPoly and Moog Grandmother. This one is a bit different in that I don’t use any guitars.
You can listen to the song here:
Published on Oct 11, 2019 ljs8888
Published on Oct 10, 2019 Moog Music Inc
“Paris Strother of R&B duo We Are KING performs an original piece featuring Matriarch, Moog One, Grandmother, Mother 32, and DFAM synthesizers inside We Are KING’s LA home studio.
See the group live in LA on Saturday, October 12th. For event details, visit https://www.fordtheatres.org/calendar….”
Published on Oct 9, 2019 Andrea Pessino
“Originally written for string orchestra. All sounds created and played live on a Moog Matriarch analog paraphonic synthesizer.”
via this auction
This one was listed back in April.
“This is a Moog Voyager XL, rare Tolex Edition, serial #50 of 100 units ever produced. This particular Voyager is part of the 40th Anniversary year. Not all Tolex Voyagers are of this designation, and there is a metal badge screwed to the instrument at the factory indicating this instrument is a 40th Anniversary edition. (see photos).
via this auction
“Thanks for checking the listing. I bought this keyboard new in the early 80’s at Cintioli Musi in Philly. Initially I gigged with it and eventually when my band got signed, I used it extensively on several albums and live performances. However, as was the case with these synths, over time, it just wouldn’t stay in tune. I got so frustrated with my local shop’s inability
Published on Oct 9, 2019 BAMTV
“In this video Marc will test how a Roland TB-303, Novation Peak, Moog One and the Arturia Microfreak synthesizers sound in combination with the Plasma pedal from Gamechanger Audio.”