MATRIXSYNTH: ROLAND SYSTEM 100 MODEL 101 + MOOG MF-108M CLUSTERFLUX ~ Will They Pair? Ep.32

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Monday, September 18, 2017

ROLAND SYSTEM 100 MODEL 101 + MOOG MF-108M CLUSTERFLUX ~ Will They Pair? Ep.32


Published on Sep 18, 2017 once upon a synth

"Pairing the Roland System 100 Model 101 with the Moog Moogerfooger MF-108M Clusterflux. The Roland Model 101 is the keyboard synth part of the System 100 series which was a system of synths made by Roland in the 70s. The MF-108M is a chorus and flanger pedal from Moog's moogerfooger line. Chorus and flanger effects are based on delay lines with really short delays. The MF-108M offers a delay line with feedback and an LFO which is assigned to delay time. This combination of modules allows you to achieve both normal chorus and flanger effects as well as more experimental vibrato or ring modulation sounding effects. What makes the MF-108M different from most standard guitar pedals is that it provides CV and MIDI control over most parameters you see on the front panel. This allows you to use external signals or expression pedals to control the sound in interesting ways.

In this video I take advantage of these CV inputs and use the Model 101's ADSR output to control things like the mix, LFO amount and LFO rate. This results in a much more expressive synthesizer sound."

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