The Moog Grandmother is a Semi-Modular Analogue Synthesizer that harks back to a vintage era of Moog's history, boasting the best of Moog's modular range in a keyboard format, providing a deep, complex architecture in a familiar form factor.
Grandmother is unlike any other Moog synthesizer that precedes it; a modular monophonic keyboard comprised of Moog "modules" that can be rewired and hacked to your hearts content, thanks to it's 3.5mm eurorack friendly compatible patch points. But if patching is not your thing, don't worry, Grandmother has a fully normalled signal path, meaning you can enjoy all the incredible tone it has, without plugging in a single cable.
In terms of architecture, Grandmother features a common VCO, VCF, VCA signal path, which as previously mentioned can be undone and routed to your liking. On the front panel you have a total of 9 modules;
http://soundcloud.com/seancostello/themefromgrandmother 7 tracks of Moog Grandmother: - Sequence (the dotted eighth delayed track heard through the piece) - Drone - Drone - Upper Bass - Deep Bass - Upper Lead - Lower Lead I used ValhallaShimmer and a tape echo plugin (in progress) for the effects.
...output the correct notes for the most part. However, I was able to kinda sorta drive it from the Moog Grandmother, and get a few octaves of usable pitch out of the thing. This got me thinking about how to emulate the SH-101 with the Grandmother. Here's what I have figured out so far: - Set...
...I'd love some help! I'm alone here in the quarantine, trying to make my studio COME ALIVE. I have a Moog Grandmother plugged into my Roland KC amp -- that works. I have a Boss RC-20 and a Reverb pedal connected with a daisy chain. My Rode mic is connected to my Boss. and then the...
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