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Post by filtersweeperVCO » Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:52 pm

BTByrd wrote:filtersweeperVCO:
Glad you liked the track! Yours aren't too shabby either - looks like we're both fans of big bass, intense harmonics and fat synth sounds. How are you liking your Sherman? I'm about to pick up a rack FB2 to play with my Voyager and 'Foogers. How many rack units does it take up? I've looked all over and can't seem to find that info anywhere!
Thanks for checking out my sounds! The sherman rack 2, takes 2 rack spaces. Like two standard "rack-synth" widths or whatever. You know what I mean. The sherman filterbank is so amazing. I have the ring mod fooger inserted on the voyager channel with some VX-351 action to further control it, then I send via aux send to the voyager which has two outputs coming back into 2 channels thus giving me some stereo panning effects! Very rad sounds indeed!
GEAR: Moog Voyager, MF 102, VX-351, Roland JX-3P, Roland Juno 106, Waldorf Pulse +, Waldor Micro Q, emagic AMT8, MPC 1000, Sherman filterbank 2 (rack) Korg Kaoss pad 3, MAM ADX1 drum machine, and Yorkville LS 800P
http://soundcloud.com/filtersweeper


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Post by Klopfgeist » Sun Jan 03, 2010 1:05 am

http://soundcloud.com/unarius/run

The weird synth/organ thing in the beginning is my voyager sent through an Electro Harmonix POG (all voyager owners HAVE to buy one).
All the bass tracks are the voyager.
The melody/lead over all the guitars in the end is the voyager sent though the freqbox and the moog delay.
A lot of the other sounds are sent through moogerfoogers as well.
So this thing only plays one note?

http://soundcloud.com/unarius
http://www.youtube.com/user/plague1715

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Post by psicolor » Mon Jan 04, 2010 9:06 am

BTByrd wrote:I posted a link to this about a month back... it has 90 stereo tracks of Voyager layered together (with very little else) to produce some epic space trance:
http://soundcloud.com/btbyrd/spaceships ... oog-voyage
FAT FAT FAT! I like it even though those 4-to-the-floor-beats are not my favorite style of music
Sweep wrote:My piece `Tristan' is almost entirely Voyager. On my website at -
http://sweep.infinite9ths.com
Wow, it sounds very emotional! Great!
I especially like those high, jingling chimes sounds (0:50). How did you make them?
corkyburger wrote:I have some Voyager recordings here www.thesimonsound.com (there is an album due March/April 2010) and also at my youtube page http://www.youtube.com/user/simonsound1
Respect for your great "tour de mars" video! Like it!
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Post by filtersweeperVCO » Tue Jan 05, 2010 7:23 pm

http://soundcloud.com/filtersweeper/modules

something fun with samples you may recognize
GEAR: Moog Voyager, MF 102, VX-351, Roland JX-3P, Roland Juno 106, Waldorf Pulse +, Waldor Micro Q, emagic AMT8, MPC 1000, Sherman filterbank 2 (rack) Korg Kaoss pad 3, MAM ADX1 drum machine, and Yorkville LS 800P
http://soundcloud.com/filtersweeper

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Post by psicolor » Sun Jan 24, 2010 5:07 pm

Prodly presenting to you our last recording called "Nighttrain". Mellow electronic funk with the expressive vocals of JWC Bronski:
http://www.psicolor.de/music/Die_jungen ... chtzug.mp3

Feel free to stream or download other funky tunes on our homepage
http://www.psicolor.de/virtuosen
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Post by BTByrd » Sun Feb 21, 2010 2:02 pm

Psicolor: Mellow electronic funk indeed! Very laid back. I like.

Anyone else been up to any goodness with their Voyager recently?

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Post by Klopfgeist » Sun Feb 21, 2010 3:51 pm

http://soundcloud.com/unarius/fulcrum

This song is all voyager, apart from two tracks of guitar, one sampler instrument that has samples of my guitar, vocals, and theremin being processed by Guitar Rig. The drum and percussion sounds were sampled from the Voyager into Logic and loaded in the EXS24. When I made the super-low sub-bass part in the beginning, I tuned the cutoff so I couldn't hear anything coming out of my speaker (KRK Rokit 5's).
So this thing only plays one note?

http://soundcloud.com/unarius
http://www.youtube.com/user/plague1715

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jungle tune! Slab Fab

Post by filtersweeperVCO » Sun Feb 21, 2010 9:38 pm

Horns, drums and bass! Voyager, juno, waldorfs, and sherman used on this one. Have a listen!

http://soundcloud.com/press-n-play-records/slab-fab
GEAR: Moog Voyager, MF 102, VX-351, Roland JX-3P, Roland Juno 106, Waldorf Pulse +, Waldor Micro Q, emagic AMT8, MPC 1000, Sherman filterbank 2 (rack) Korg Kaoss pad 3, MAM ADX1 drum machine, and Yorkville LS 800P
http://soundcloud.com/filtersweeper

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my Death Cab For Cutie cover

Post by 52weeks » Fri Feb 26, 2010 10:08 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw98sYdbyIM
"I Will Follow You into the Dark"

It's more Postal Service than Death Cab, and yeah, it's just a rough version. Korg Triton does everything but the main line, which is one of my favourite sounds that our favourite machine produces :) My wife did the visuals, and always stresses that they were intended as video screen projections for a live show, not to be a music video in and of themselves.

That being said, I'm pleased with it :)

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Post by Brian G » Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:17 pm

I've posted these other places on forum, but here they are again :)

http://www.vsplanet.com/mp3s/b/brianglo ... oftime.mp3

All recorded live to CD
Wind: MiniMoog Model D
Chimes/lead 2: MiniMoog Voyager
Lead: MiniMoog Voyager/MF104SD
Arpeg.: Little Phatty
Strings/end Sequence: Prophet 08
Pad effect: Chroma Polaris



http://www.vsplanet.com/mp3s/b/brianglockSartofanew.mp3


Multi track recording one on New Years Eve
You need a subwoofer for this one.
Mostly Voyager with a little Model D and Little Phatty thrown in
Strings Prophet 08.

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Post by Just Me » Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:14 pm

Just came up with this this morning. It's just the Voyager and a drum machine. I use CV to adjust the delay and the Phaser.
The sound is kinda sucky as the mic in my camera doesn't have the freq range of the Voyager. Some day, I'll have to figure out how to record the sound to the computer through a good mic.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OOfl4IKcH8
"Music expresses that which can not be said and on which it is impossible to be silent."

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Post by Subtronik » Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:18 pm

All that gear and you don't have a decent sound card with 1/4" jacks to record audio into something like Wavelab or Soundforge? Inconceivable!

Sounds like some decent industrial techno stuff.
[url=http://www.myspace.com/subtronik]My Music[/url]
[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/show/]Voyager Photos[/url]
[url=http://www.youtube.com/subtronik]Voyager Videos[/url]

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Post by Just Me » Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:40 pm

I don't even have a computer in that room! And I don't know if the old dinosaur I've got would even do it to begin with. Pretty old machine and OS.
Here is another one I did yesterday. Same thing applies to the sound.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njV2Fvq-i64
Because I'm just fooling around with these songs, I'm not wasting tape on them. Even if I rolled tape, I couldn't get it into the stinking 'confuser'. LOL
"Music expresses that which can not be said and on which it is impossible to be silent."

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Post by Subtronik » Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:53 pm

Just Me wrote:I don't even have a computer in that room!
You should invest in at least a 1k computer with the basics: motherboard, cpu, ram and good soundcard. Also, a large sata hardrive like a 500GB would make recording stress free because you don't have to worry about space.

Sometimes I'll just record nonsense all night long and edit out the crap the next day. But I never worry about recording space unless I pass out while the computer is still recording :)

It's the quality captures I care about, the one in a million happy accidents I want to have for the future.
[url=http://www.myspace.com/subtronik]My Music[/url]
[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/show/]Voyager Photos[/url]
[url=http://www.youtube.com/subtronik]Voyager Videos[/url]

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