I couldn't disagree with you more...the idea for the LP was to bring the moog sound to the many... I for one have no use to spend on a voyager as the LP has brought me the sound i was looking for for a reasonable amount of money...and believe me money is not in question here, if I wanted too Id have 2 voyagers, but it has to make logical sense synthesis wise why i would add any machine to my setup.CTRLSHFT wrote:problem is that those ideas more or less already exist, it's called the Voyager.Voltor07 wrote:///OSS and Christopher W. have the right ideas. Now we're getting somewhere!
As time progresses the needs and requirements of profesional producers and synthesists evolve, not just giging musicians that use moog hardware for their stage needs... the LP I think is also very quaint and complete to add that flavor without having to exit the DAW realm that much and with things like "VOLTA" coming out and the current modular resurgence happening in the eurorack format, it is obvious that things are changing and twisting and adapting towards more immersion and integration.
The LP with stereo in and outs and a bit more modulation routing in the FM and AM areas with a minimal amount of CV GATE I/O (not like the voyager of course but at least one set of outs is not much to ask) I believe would sink it in a nice spot, It would become a tool to process the mass amounts of VA's being used anyways in production at a comfortable price and get that moog VCO and Filter to go along with it.
how could you ask for more?
There is plenty of room for more gung ho purists to evolve to the voyager if need be, but it seems like with the way things are going at the moment, tight concise packages with a lot of bank for the buck are where its at.