MATRIXSYNTH: Moog Voyager Baby Scratch

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Moog Voyager Baby Scratch

Published on Feb 19, 2019 Subtronik

"I made this patch after seeing the Moogist's Voyager scratch video: [below]

This patch is as close to a real record scratch as I've heard from a Moog. This video simply shows the Voyagers versatility. I used a vanilla beat for this because anything more complicated made it difficult to hear the Voyagers pseudo squelchy record scratching.

Here's the patch:"


Published on Aug 13, 2009 t i m t s a n g // 円相 co.

"How does Moogist do his crazy awesome Moog Scratch sound?
Here are the 7 steps:

Step 1 - Turn on Oscillator 1. Use the 8' octave setting.
Step 2 - Select the sawtooth wave setting.
Step 3 - Add Oscillator 2 to the mix. Also use the 8' octave setting.
Step 4 - Add "1-2 SYNC" for more grit to the sound.
Step 5 - Add Oscillator 3 to the mix.
Step 6 - Turn on the "Glide" function to enable the smooth sliding sound.
Step 7 - Extend the "Attack" time (turn the knob to a greater value) of the "Filter Envelope" Section. This will enable the sound to not be attacked straight on but instead each note will have a sliding effect going into it before it reaches the actual pitch at the peak. (Make sure to set your "Mod Wheel Destination" to "Pitch")

Moog Scratch !

Tim Tsang, a.k.a. "The Moogist" plays the Minimoog Voyager, Electric Blue version."

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