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Re: Vocoder

Post by synthaxe » Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:23 pm

namahshaman wrote:+1 for moogerfooger vocoder. (vocooger?)

and +1 for a sequencer. even if it had to be more the size of a CP251, or minitaur.

+1 (Moogcoder?)
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Re: Vocoder

Post by misterpete » Fri Jan 04, 2013 4:34 pm

Would you agree to PAY in advance for one - like the Taurus 3 project?
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Re: Vocoder

Post by Voltor07 » Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:30 pm

misterpete wrote:Would you agree to PAY in advance for one - like the Taurus 3 project?

YES! :mrgreen:
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Re: Vocoder

Post by misterpete » Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:53 pm

ME, :mrgreen: TOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
Voltor07 wrote:
misterpete wrote:Would you agree to PAY in advance for one - like the Taurus 3 project?

YES! :mrgreen:
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Re: Vocoder

Post by puzzlegob » Sun Jan 06, 2013 1:07 am

Every time I've registered a Moog product, I've put 'Moogerfooger Vocoder' in the little box where it asks you 'What you would like to see from Moog'.

Good to see I'm not the only person who wants this!

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Re: Vocoder

Post by analogmadness » Sun Jan 06, 2013 7:28 am

Count me in for the vocoder and the sequencer, 2 of each please :D

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Re: Vocoder

Post by synthaxe » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:49 pm

analogmadness wrote:Count me in for the vocoder and the sequencer, 2 of each please :D


Agreed!
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Re: Vocoder

Post by misterpete » Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:59 pm

in the meantime, if you search the forum, you'll find Amos posted a link to a robust looking iOS sequencer priced around $10. I think it does more channels simultaneously ~ I haven't tried it yet.
I have and do use this one -LITTLE MIDI MACHINE - it's totally free and works great internally with Animoog or externally to drive your analog midi gear
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analogmadness wrote: the sequencer

Agreed! Big Time Agreed!


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Re: Vocoder

Post by EricK » Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:41 pm

misterpete wrote:here are some example track(s) i made with LITTLE MIDI MACHINE in this SoundCloud set:
https://soundcloud.com/misterpete/sets/ ... -processor


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Re: Vocoder

Post by misterpete » Wed Jan 09, 2013 11:09 pm

thanks EricK! :)

EricK wrote:
misterpete wrote:here are some example track(s) i made with LITTLE MIDI MACHINE in this SoundCloud set:
https://soundcloud.com/misterpete/sets/ ... -processor


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Re: Vocoder

Post by calaverasgrande » Thu Feb 21, 2013 12:49 am

I've been using the EHX Iron Lung as a vocoder for a while. It's one of EHX's NANO sized boxes, so it proves that you can do a vocoder in a small box, but it is certainly DSP. It sounds ho hum, kinda shrieky when you get monitors or PA involved.
I would certainly pay money for a Moogerfooger moogercoder.
As far a sequencers go, if they make one it should have CV AND midi out, as well as MTC sync.
It seems like ever couple of years there is a resurgence of interest in CV/analog gear. and theb a fantastic new CV sequencer comes out. Then it turns out to have firmware bugs or reliability issues and the company goes out of business or kills the product.
Moog seems to be doing great and are building better made synths (and stuff) now then they did back in the day.
Yes I would prefer a Phatty or a Voyager to a Source or a Rogue!
Seeing how they continue to put out firmware updates for the MP201 and Taurus even after they have stopped making them implies that they would see a sequencer project through to a useable product. Perhaps even a stage worthy one?
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Re: Vocoder

Post by EricK » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:39 pm

Give me a sequencer if it has a lot of memory, a bar counter, swing, and the ability to be programmed to do tempo changes and preset changes and I think they would have a winner.
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Re: Vocoder

Post by EMwhite » Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:59 pm

Check out L-1's Vocoder( 24 band) on his site: http://l-1.su/

Looks like a nice build and uses common op-amps and parts in addition to some high quality THAT ICs.

... or just buy a Korg Radias o Mocrokorg for a decent digital 'coder. I had a Radias-R a few years back; as a synth, it couldn't touch an analog synth but the Vocodor was good and tons of other goodies.
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Re: Vocoder

Post by ebo » Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:07 am

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Re: Vocoder

Post by ColorForm2113 » Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:59 pm

EMwhite wrote:Check out L-1's Vocoder( 24 band) on his site: http://l-1.su/

Looks like a nice build and uses common op-amps and parts in addition to some high quality THAT ICs.

... or just buy a Korg Radias o Mocrokorg for a decent digital 'coder. I had a Radias-R a few years back; as a synth, it couldn't touch an analog synth but the Vocodor was good and tons of other goodies.

Where can that L1 vocoder be found? I've never heard of them before
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