MATRIXSYNTH: Moog 16 Channel Vocoder Processing Videos

Thursday, April 02, 2020

Moog 16 Channel Vocoder Processing Videos


Published on Apr 2, 2020 Moog Music Inc

PLAYLIST:

1. Moog 16 Channel Vocoder | Counting Sample Processing
In this composition, the Moog 16 Channel Vocoder’s program input is being driven by a microphone, while the Moog IIIp modular synthesizer acts as the carrier signal. A Eurorack modular system provides melodic sequencing for the IIIp, as well as modulation sources for some of the vocoder’s synthesizer inputs while in external patch mode. Two Moog DFAMs handle rhythmic accompaniment to round out the arrangement.
2. Moog 16 Channel Vocoder | IIIp and Vocal Processing
In this composition, the Moog 16 Channel Vocoder’s program input is being driven by a microphone, while the Moog IIIp modular synthesizer acts as the carrier signal. A Eurorack modular system provides melodic sequencing for the IIIp, as well as modulation sources for some of the vocoder’s synthesizer inputs while in external patch mode. Two Moog DFAMs handle rhythmic accompaniment to round out the arrangement.
3. Moog 16 Channel Vocoder | MPC Breakbeat Processing
In this example, an Akai MPC1000 sends a breakbeat sample to the Moog 16 Channel Vocoder’s program input. A Moog Matriarch serves as the carrier input. The Matriarch is operating in four voice mode, and the keyboard is used to provide the chordal sequence used to transform the breakbeat.
4. Moog 16 Channel Vocoder | 808 Processing
In this composition, rather than the typical microphone, the Moog 16 Channel Vocoder’s program input is being driven by a Roland TR-808 drum machine. A Eurorack modular system provides the chordal content for the vocoder’s carrier input, as well as all the drums and percussion. The external patch functionality on the vocoder is being used to create two distinct timbres, while the rear Patch Select input jack receives gate signals from a Eurorack sequencer to toggle back and forth between the two timbres. The vocoder’s output is being processed by a Roland RE-150 Space Echo and OTO BAM for a bit of warm tape delay and reverb. Finally, a Moog Mother-32 provides a rich ostinato bassline to tie everything together.

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