Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by filosofem » Wed May 26, 2010 10:29 pm

Klopfgeist wrote:This song was recorded spontaneously, as I was just patching and decided to record it and post it online.
Excuse the expression but it's well placed for canoodling. The atmosphere of the first three minutes reminds me of Fjelltronen - Wongraven.
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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by Klopfgeist » Wed May 26, 2010 10:30 pm

@magneticweb I like your song Double Helix; it reminds me of "One Of These Days" by Pink Floyd.
So this thing only plays one note?

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by machinea » Wed May 26, 2010 10:40 pm

magneticweb wrote:thanks a lot!! we dont play a lot of shows because of the whole gear situation, but we'll play in cleveland the first week of july at the "Champagne of Fests" - first and last ohio show before relocating to your old neck of the woods (L.A.) otherwise a festival one off in chicago (8-10) in august and then the rural Voice of the Valley Festival in rural west virginia the weekend after.

enough about me though, lots of cool sounds and other stuff going on in this forum..glad to be on board w/other voyager heads!
Cool I'll try to make that show and drag a few friends! If you could pm me some info I'd greatly appreciate it. it keeps coming up as july 17/18th.

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Post by magneticweb » Thu May 27, 2010 1:32 am

thanks klopfgeist! best compliment ever - i have a darkside tattoo on my arm.

sorry about the fest date, machinea. i had my dates confused..you have the correct July dates. there's so much going on that i can't remember it all between work and jams.
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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by corkyburger » Thu May 27, 2010 1:28 pm

Hi. Our new album has Moog Voyager all over it.

http://thesimonsound.bandcamp.com/album ... ngineering
http://www.thesimonsound.com
Cosmic sounds from deepest depths of space - plus 'Switched on' Moog cover songs.

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by psicolor » Fri May 28, 2010 4:34 am

It seems that i forgot to present my song "Stubenjungs" to you. Composed in respect to all boys and girls who stay home alone day and night just to do creative work. The harmonics are simple but sound jazzy anyway. Features a pathetical synth melody and a very emotionally played guitar outro (played by my friend bolle).

http://www.psicolor.de/music/Psicolor_-_Stubenjungs.mp3
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Post by machinea » Sat May 29, 2010 2:53 pm

magneticweb wrote:thanks klopfgeist! best compliment ever - i have a darkside tattoo on my arm.

sorry about the fest date, machinea. i had my dates confused..you have the correct July dates. there's so much going on that i can't remember it all between work and jams.
excellent thanks.. that is a better weekend anyway :) the 4th is so over rated it just makes places harder to get too and more crowded.

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by psicolor » Mon May 31, 2010 1:30 pm

I bought my voyager one year ago and fell in love with her. Yesterday i did't have access to my voyager, so i unfortunately had to play with my old Quasimidi Sirius, a cheap digital synthesizer/groove station from Germany. It was an impressive experience because the year with the voyager teached me how to make funky oldschool sounds. The Sirius indeed sounds digital and the filter is crappy but i have to say that this stuff, made 100% with quasimidi sirius, is really funky bleep:

http://www.psicolor.de/music/Psicolor_- ... n_Tanz.mp3

I'm shure you'll like it ;-)
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a very melodic chill track

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Post by jnurp » Fri Jun 04, 2010 4:34 pm

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
i know im late to the party, but this is fantastic! Very inspiring, im gonna go play now....

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by b3groover » Tue Jun 08, 2010 6:29 pm

Hi gang.

There's Moog all over my solo electronic / ambient album, which I released last winter. And a whole bunch of other synths, too.

http://www.big-o-records.com/zen-cart/i ... ucts_id=20

I love my Voyager!

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by psicolor » Tue Jul 27, 2010 4:32 am

b3groover wrote: There's Moog all over my solo electronic / ambient album, which I released last winter. And a whole bunch of other synths, too.
http://www.big-o-records.com/zen-cart/i ... ucts_id=20
I love my Voyager!
Fascinating soundscapes, dodgy rhythms, strange harmonics, authentic piano/synthesizer sounds, i really like your album!

I recorded kind of ambient-nightmare-soundtrack (which is very non-psicolorish) yesterday. The analog poly-pads are single notes from the voyager that i stacked with my audio sequencer, the digital pads (i'm shure you'll hear them) are simply dx7.

Luckily the voyager is NOT polyphonic, it would eat up my soul....
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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by bhrama » Wed Jul 28, 2010 12:46 am

Little remix of a song using lead vocals (fx + layers) only with the Voyager & 909

http://soundcloud.com/bhrama-1/brom-bod ... liquid-dub
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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by psicolor » Wed Jul 28, 2010 5:16 am

Damn, forgot to post a link in my previous post:
http://www.psicolor.de/music/Psicolor_-_Mieser_Trip.mp3
http://www.psicolor.de

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Re: Thread for recordings you made with your voyager!

Post by EricK » Sun Aug 29, 2010 11:56 am

Friends,

This video is a piece of satire that I made with the Voyager, Taurus, Logic, and iMovie. Now I hesitated posting it here because it does have the potential to be offensive, but this is a satirical piece of social commentary that features strong language.

After awhile of tossing the idea around about posting it on the Moog Forum, I present you with
Studio Gangstas
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wygqK5dnHTw

If anyone has any problems with it, please pm me and I'll promptly remove it.


I used a couple of apple loops for the beats, a Turner Dynamic U9S for the vocals, Ran the Voyager through the 104z and ran the Taurus with no effects, everything into the board.
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