I'm brand new to both Synthesizers AND Moog. I've always wanted to play Synths since the 90's, but it wasn't cool then, so I picked up guitar instead. Got pretty good at that SRV Texas blues stuff, but my secret interest was always those mystical noise makers!
Well, this past fall I finally dove into the world of Synths with a Roland System-8. I have since been sucked into the soundscapes and just recently, finally, got into the world of Moog and I gotta say its extremely rewarding. Got a Mother 32 for dirt cheap which then led me to my new #1 Synth: The Grandmother! This Synth is a true instrument in every way possible. Its the first synth I've played that gives me a similar connection as a vintage Stratocaster. It just sings!
Anyhooo.... about a month or so ago I started to document my learning process. Both in synth soundscapes as well as song arrangement and sound design by jamming on my synths everyday and making 4-5min videos of the live jams. I post them once a day on a YouTube channel. Its mainly so I can look back on how i've progressed, but its worth sharing.
Hope you Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbiTfh ... R00s_CN3qQ
Currently as I write this post my setup is: Moog Mother 32, Moog Grandmother, Roland Jx3P (1983), Roland Juno 106 (1985), Roland System-8, Roland Se-02, Roland Tr-8.