thealien666 wrote:Impressive! This thing has 9 oscillators ? I'm used to usually seeing less than that on a Moog 55. But they were highly customizable from the factory. And highly expensive, too!
Are those 8 modules on the top tier #902 Voltage Controlled Amplifiers ?
I wonder what the actual patch on this photo sounds like...? (I can see that OSC2 is 100% A.C. frequency modulated by OSC1 rectangular wave, and is also 100% D.C. frequency modulated by the triangle out of OSC3, and finally the Sine output of OSC1 is sent somewhere else...whew!)
Lucky you, banyek, if you can get time on it ! Thanks for the pic.
Kevin Lightner wrote:...960s basically have a Moog 901 VCO as their clock and can track CV inputs.
One shapes their waveform by manipulating the sequencer stage knobs and instead of using it to output as CV, you listen to it as audio...
thealien666 wrote:And I wonder if that could also work on Arturia's Modular V software emulation ?
Kevin Lightner wrote:I wonder if the owner was intending to make a vocoder out of that top section.
I think he'd run out of space and would only get 4-8 channels tho depending on whether he added more VCAs (and env followers, filters, etc.)
omvibes wrote:Hey Banyek!
Good to see another Budapest Moog man! I've been here for a few years, and never knew about the Moog, although I've been past MR3 (that is the building I think, right?) many times!
I'll go and check it out as soon as I can! And good to know that you may be able to use it in some recording sessions...
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