Showing posts with label MOE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MOE. Show all posts

Thursday, November 02, 2023

MOE Chorus 60 with Antonus 2600 Original Size part 1

video upload by wutierson

"First part of a serie of videos showing the wonderful sound and different creative uses of the Mother On Earth Chorus 60, by far the best Juno 6/60 chorus clone in pedal format, using exactly the same components and circuitry and also adding some nice extra features and controls.

Making an awesome combo with the Antonus 2600 Original Size, replica of the ARP2600. Very noticeable how nice works this chorus with synthesizers. Is no easy to find pedals that sounds good on synthesizers rather than only in guitars and this pedal sound so nice in all terrains. It makes the lush chorus sound and at same time it works with all the complex harmonic content of the synthesizer sound with more low range frequencies, different than the other more specific guitar oriented pedals. Also it preserves the quick transient and dynamics very good considering the nature of this kind of effects and preserves the low end and high frequency definition. Also very good balance between dry and wet signals levels.

This recording is done using without extra process and sound make up, only just the sound of the 2600 and the Chorus 60.

In this first video we focus in more regular chorus uses, from the classic Juno ranges to different levels of modulation amount and speed using the controls and from time to time switching from processed to dry signals (notice the red colour at the pedal switch when effect is OFF and blue when effect is ON)

In other videos we will show the nice feature of the external CV control and feedback loop techniques.

Both Antonus and MOE are handcraft companies making high grade products with care and love. Antonus working in Barcelona and Mother on Earth working in Israel.

Both brands products are available for distribution at shop, making easy for EU customer to purchase the MOE Chorus 60."

Wednesday, August 03, 2022

4th Run of Colorful MOE Analog Chorus 60 - Old Sound, New Flavors

You can find demos in previous posts here.

via Made On Earth:

"Only 35 units will be made

20 x black
5x pink
5 x gray
5x Yellow

Our Analog Chorus 60 perfectly recreates the distinctive, thick and lush spatial effect that up until now was locked inside a few Japanese synths from the previous century. Like many who have heard the original, we wondered how would this gorgeous effect sound on other instruments, Once we heard the results it was clear. So we began our mission to separate this particular chorus section and have it breathe on its own.

We’ve painstakingly matched the schematics to a modern more stable and silent power supply, sourced and tested rare components used on the original and understood what makes this circuit design stand out.

On top of that, we’ve extended its functionality beyond the original and given it dedicated pots for width control, rate, depth, and external modulation input. To top it off, we’ve given our unit a gain input stage that works great with any type of instrument."

Tuesday, November 09, 2021

MOE - analog chorus 60 vs Roland JUNO 6 Chorus

video upload by Isak Eliyahu

"This is a very short comparison of the 'MOE Analog Chorus 60' and a Roland Juno 6 Chorus. Both going through a passive switch box connected directly to a RME fireface 800 input."

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Was the Roland Juno-6/Juno-60/Juno-106 Chorus Noise Inherent to the Design?

MOE - Analog Chorus 60 vs Ocean wish wish NOISE video upload by Isak Eliyahu

Update: video re-uploaded.

"So many people thinks that the JUNO 6/60/106 chorus came out with build in noise, like it was part of the design. What's really happen is time of use, the more time we use it, the nosier the chorus will be.

I manage to fix few JUNO's in my life and all of them was with noise, some more some less, the owners wanted the noise to be gone, so I found that if I replace the old MN3009 with new old stock MN3009's or the new Xvive MN3009 (same results BTW) the noise is gone.

There are more issues with noise in 6/60/106 but there're not related to the ocean wish wish noise. turn on the volume and hear the differences between old used MN3009 and new never been used original MISTUSHITA MN3009."

Wednesday, October 06, 2021

MadeOnEarth MOE Analog Chorus 60 - Pedal Clone of the Roland Juno-60 Chorus

videos uploaded by Isak Eliyahu

Playlist: 1. MOE - Analog Chorus vs Roland SH - 101
the MOE - Analog Chorus 60 is my latest pedal effect based on the Juno - 60 chorus with some add-ones.

1. Volume input.
2. Stereo width.
3. Modulation depth.
4. Modulation rate.
5. EXT CV in (LFO, ENV etc).
2. MOE - analog chorus 60 VS Yamaha DX7 and minimoog model D clone
3. MadeOnEarth Analog Chorus 60 VS Dinsync Gilbert
The Dinsync Gilbert is one of the fattest diy synths ive heard. combine the Gilbert with MOE's Analog Chorus 60 and you get a crazy bass monster!

via MadeOnEarth

The Analog Chorus 60 is a perfect clone of the original juno-60 chorus circuit.
It uses 2x "xvive mn3009" and the original Panasonic "2x mn3101" chips (rare parts!), original transistors 2SC1815, 2SA1015 and 2SK30A-GR with the exact same circuit.

Instead of the two buttons with only three rate modes, we added a knob to smoothly control the rate of the chorus, depth of the modulation and the stereo width. (the rate of the original modes is clearly printed around the rate knob for easy recreation of the original rates)

We also added ext lfo/cv input to apply other modulation sources and input gain to accommodate any type of instruments (guitars or synthesizers).
Housing in a high quality aluminum case with durable UV printing and high quality “Alpha” potentiometers.

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