MATRIXSYNTH: Playing a PIPE ORGAN through an ANALOG SYNTH (Moog Matriarch)

Wednesday, July 06, 2022

Playing a PIPE ORGAN through an ANALOG SYNTH (Moog Matriarch)

video upload by Jameson Nathan Jones

"Ever wondered what a MASSIVE pipe organ would sound like running through the signal path of an analog synthesizer? Me too! Is this what @Moog Music Inc had in mind when they put an "instrument in" on the Moog Matriarch? I think so too.

**MATRI_ORGAN Free Samples:

0:00 - what are we doing?
0:38 - a little about the organ and me
1:35 - why the Matriarch?
2:14 - the limitations of an organ
3:01 - the cool thing about THIS organ, and why it's hard to record
5:11 - getting the organ into the Matriarch
7:02 - underwater flutes
8:19 - BIG sounds
9:40 - massive reeds through a Ladder filter
10:20 - these string celeste stops are amazing
12:46 - Organ and Matriarch duet time (doing some patching)
14:30 - oh my...
16:34 - download some [free] samples from this session
17:27 - I made a track with the samples :)"

1 comment:

  1. I used to service and repair organs (including the pipe kind) AND have a Matriarch which I just love - I am SO GLAD someone decided to marry the two together :) Really well done <3


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