MATRIXSYNTH: Minimoog Model D Old vs New

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Minimoog Model D Old vs New

Published on Mar 19, 2017 AudioCentralMagazine


Minimoog Model D old vs new - Part 1
"The first part of a direct - and probably useless - comparison between our beaten and worn Model D SN 1845E from the Seventies and a brand new Model D SN 007 2016. In this part: tuning and beating... How to reach nearly zero beating on the old machine, how to reach slow beating on the new machine. As usual, tweaking with parameters, you'll obtain same result. As usual, two analog machines will NEVER play exactly the same; small differences as in the real life."

Moog Minimoog D old vs new - Part 2
"In this video, a direct comparison between old and new Model D. Filter Sweep slow with and without resonance, manually opened and under envelope control. Some waveform switching for square waves."

Minimoog Model D old vs new - Part 3
"Part 3 of comparison between old and new Model D. Some patch programming with matching (and not-so-matching) of parameters. As usual, in analog machines, physical position of front panel controls doesn't means nothing - it all depends on internal trimming points."

Moog Minimoog Model D old vs new Part 4
"On this video, Grp R24 Step Sequencer is driving Model D vintage (row B) and Model D 2016 (row A) with same sequence of notes (yep!). Row C drives both cutoff frequencies on synthesizers. Some Ratcheting 2x on some steps."

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