Sunday, April 12, 2020

Moog One Sound

Published on Apr 12, 2020 Boele Gerkes


1. Moog One Sound #1
So... after more than a year of doubts, I finally dared to purchase a Moog One, and the thing goes beyond my wildest dreams...

This first recording is a simple two oscillator sound, where I modulate the wave shape of oscillator 1 and 2 (saw/sine) with a random shaped LFO and the pitch with another saw tooth shaped LFO. A little delay from the One does the rest.

You can easily get in 'Cortini'-territory if you like: Buchla-esque types of sounds. Not in the last place because of the incredible musical envelopes with all their stage curve shaping possibilities.

But also because of the character of the oscillators. WELL done Moog!
2. Moog One Sound #2
This one is a bit more experimental. It's three arps not synced to master clock and all three running at a slightly different speed. :)
I start with arp 1 on solo, then 2, then 3, then all three.
3. Moog One Sound #3
Allright, the last one for today: this is a more conventional arp sound, both synced to the master clock. Two layers with the same sound however one of them 1 octave up. Arp play mode is "random" on both layers. Dotted delay does the rest. There is a slight part of ring modulation in the mixer. The ring modulator is pure heaven by the way.

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