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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Bending_Bus » Wed Oct 10, 2012 4:06 am

Minimoog + sizzling 1970s consumer rhythm machine with switched on “latin” button...

http://soundcloud.com/bendingbus/metronomic
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Kenneth » Thu Oct 25, 2012 3:43 pm

Bending_Bus wrote:Minimoog + sizzling 1970s consumer rhythm machine with switched on “latin” button...

http://soundcloud.com/bendingbus/metronomic

This is gorgeous. Can I buy an album from you?
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Bending_Bus » Thu Oct 25, 2012 5:20 pm

Thanks Kenneth. Yes, and the master sounds a lot better than the Soundcloud stream (which is painfully distorted). You can get a copy of that here: http://bendingbus.bandcamp.com/ or download AAC format from iTunes.

Working on a full length CD of moog awesomeness for release next year.
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Kenneth » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:40 am

I'm looking forward to that full length! Send me a PM when it's ready for me to buy.
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby stalkingpanda » Sat Oct 27, 2012 8:11 pm

Hey Guys! I did an acoustic/electronic fusion of a Haydn string quartet piece with violin and the moog voyager. I mostly played the violin I part on violin and the moog handled the rest (=violin II, viola, and cello parts). ;)

http://soundcloud.com/stalkingpanda/haydn-with-a-twist-string
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby tommyecho » Wed Oct 31, 2012 7:35 pm

stalkingpanda wrote:Hey Guys! I did an acoustic/electronic fusion of a Haydn string quartet piece with violin and the moog voyager. I mostly played the violin I part on violin and the moog handled the rest (=violin II, viola, and cello parts). ;)

http://soundcloud.com/stalkingpanda/haydn-with-a-twist-string



I f'ing love this. I'm really inspired after listening to it. The 8 bit sounds you got out of the voyager are great, and I love how the strings mix with the synth parts. Hilarious and beautiful music making, stalking panda.
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Kenneth » Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:28 am

stalkingpanda wrote:Hey Guys! I did an acoustic/electronic fusion of a Haydn string quartet piece with violin and the moog voyager. I mostly played the violin I part on violin and the moog handled the rest (=violin II, viola, and cello parts). ;)

http://soundcloud.com/stalkingpanda/haydn-with-a-twist-string

Your music is awe-inspiring. Followed, and I'm posting this to Facebook.
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby stiiiiiiive » Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:09 am

So as I am the new daddy of a beautiful Voyager Old School, here is a little ambient track I made with it.

Du rose dans le ciel - 5'29.

I used a simple digital recorder and a looper, no edit, no process.
Enjoy, feedback welcome.
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Kenneth » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:40 am

stiiiiiiive wrote:So as I am the new daddy of a beautiful Voyager Old School, here is a little ambient track I made with it.

Du rose dans le ciel - 5'29.

I used a simple digital recorder and a looper, no edit, no process.
Enjoy, feedback welcome.


This is great! I followed you on SoundCloud. Looking forward to hearing more of what you do with your new instrument! By the way, I can totally tell it's an Old School. I'm not sure what it is, but something about it does sound different from a Performer or Select. Do you know what I mean, or do I sound crazy?
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby stiiiiiiive » Mon Nov 05, 2012 6:32 am

Thanks Kenneth, I'm glad you enjoyed it :) BTW I've listened to your Book Of Eli: excellent. I myself use an eBow sometimes, such a good device.

I'm not a Voyager expert enough to say whether there is a difference between models. All I can tell is it passed through a slightly modulated delay with pretty much feedback and through a reverb all along. This modified the grain of it, maybe...?
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Kenneth » Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:01 am

stiiiiiiive wrote:Thanks Kenneth, I'm glad you enjoyed it :) BTW I've listened to your Book Of Eli: excellent. I myself use an eBow sometimes, such a good device.

I'm not a Voyager expert enough to say whether there is a difference between models. All I can tell is it passed through a slightly modulated delay with pretty much feedback and through a reverb all along. This modified the grain of it, maybe...?

I can't quite put my finger on it. The best way I can describe it, is that the Old School tastes different. I know there are people who would get riled up over me saying that. But I feel it in my bones.
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Kenneth » Tue Nov 06, 2012 11:02 am

http://soundcloud.com/ynnek001/victoria-dallas-1

Finished this tune last night, got done mixing this morning. Lots and lots of Voyager Old School on this, and little licks of Casiotone here and there. This one is a lot more upbeat than what I usually do. Hope you like it!
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby praxisaxis » Thu Oct 31, 2013 4:53 am

Here's a new one from me. Making videogame music demos at the moment for a couple of projects. But I've loaded up some samples.

This tune is essentially Voyager + NI Reaktor... a rather powerful combination all told!! I can't get over how deep this instrument is. I may have to take a break from it for a while, it ends up in all of my mixes.

https://soundcloud.com/praxisaxis/robot-video-game-music-demo-2
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Re: post your voyager sounds

Postby Wyrm » Wed Nov 06, 2013 5:55 pm

Hi!
A little nice song I wrote some time ago.
Base, arps, solo - All Voyager

Try to figure out the lyrics, I dare you! :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEI216QEH1w
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