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Arturia V- Collection - Moog Modular V (the practice)


Written on Saturday, 24 October 2015 15:56
Written by  Antonio Antetomaso

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Arturia V- Collection - Moog Modular V (the practice)

It’s time to apply what we learned in the first article regarding the Moog Modular V2.

 

Fig. 1 

 

You’ll find four videos below: starting from a very basic patch, we’ll make it more complex and discover how to program this great product.

 

VIDEO 1 - A BASIC PATCH

Starting from an empty patch producing no sound, we connect the minimum number of patch cords needed to produce a sound.

 

Fig. 2

 

VIDEO 2 - A MORE COMPLEX PATCH

We start from the basic patch described in the video 1 and try to enrich it adding another oscillator and an envelope for the filter.

 

Fig. 3

 

VIDEO 3 - THINGS GET MORE COMPLICATED

Starting from the patch described in the video 2, we build a complex stereo pad using one of the features of the synth that was not present on the original machine: the polyphony. Three oscillators, two VCAs, two filters, envelope, LFO.

 

Fig. 4

 

VIDEO 4 - THE SEQUENCER

We use the patch constructed in the video number two to show how the sequencer works. This is, perhaps, one of the funniest part of this machine.

 

Fig. 5

 


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