MATRIXSYNTH: Memorymoog Sound Design

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Memorymoog Sound Design


video by wedream2

"I finally got an opportunity to take a deep dive into sound design on the Memorymoog (after complete restoration and upgrades performed by Rosen Sound). I tweaked most of the factory sounds and added expression pedal programming to each. In the following examples, a factory sound is identified by the bracketed number and the name of the factory sound. I also created original sounds that are identified by name only (no bracketed numbers). I used the additional stereo outputs recently installed, so listening through stereo headphones is recommended. The panning positions of the voices cycle, similar to the OB-8, except when the cyclic memory mode is selected, where upon the same key repeatedly played, holds the same pan position. To avoid going over an hour in length, I eliminated multiple factory and original sounds from this demo. The more interesting and complicated original sounds are showcased."

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3 comments:

  1. It must be nice to have barrels full of cash during a plague.

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  2. Maybe, but he can only afford a 1990s webcam.

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    1. Looks more like a Panasonic VHS camera.

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