MATRIXSYNTH: Moog Matriarch Synthesizer Demos with Mikael Jorgensen & Philip Cornish

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Moog Matriarch Synthesizer Demos with Mikael Jorgensen & Philip Cornish

Moog Matriarch Synthesizer Demo with Mikael Jorgensen - All Playing, No Talking Published on Apr 25, 2019 Musician's Friend

"Moog Matriarch is a semi-modular, 4-note paraphonic synthesizer and the newest member of the Mother family of synths.

Demoed here by Mikael Jorgensen of Wilco, Matriarch's design is based on some of Bob Moog's most revered circuits. The all-analog signal path features 4 powerful VCOs, dual ladder filters, stereo delay, an arpeggiator and a performance friendly 256-note sequencer.

The 4 VCO design can be played in three distinct modes: 4-note paraphonic, 2-note paraphonic and monophonic. Each oscillator can select from a variety of waveshapes and octaves, allowing you to create incredibly rich and harmonically complex sounds. As mentioned, Matriarch features two classic Moog Ladder Filters that can be used in three distinct modes: parallel (High Pass/Low Pass), stereo (Low Pass/Low Pass), and series (HP/LP).

Where Grandmother featured an analog spring reverb, Matriarch features a dual analog delay inspired by the MF-104M Moogerfooger circuit. This delay module offers up to 700ms of stereo or ping-pong style repeats.

Although Matriarch has 90 patch points, enough to satisfy even the most adventurous of sound designers, it can be played right out of the box thanks to its intuitive layout and signal flow."

Moog Matriarch | Sound Explorations with Philip Cornish

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Guitar Center

"Musical Director for Kanye West and 7-time Grammy-nominated producer/writer, Philip Cornish, explores the sounds of the new Moog Matriarch Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer, a 4-note paraphonic synth with built-in Sequencer, Arpeggiator, stereo Ladder Filters and Stereo Analog Delay.

The pinnacle of Moog's semi-modular family of synths, the Matriarch's 90 modular patch points and vintage Moog circuits provide endless sonic possibilities and unparalleled analog sound."

Moog Matriarch

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