Voyager Plug SE Lets You Control A Minimoog From Your DAW

Moog has released a new plugin, Voyager Plug SE, designed to let you take control of a Minimoog Voyager from within your DAW.

The Voyager Plug SE links the analog sound and power of a Minimoog Voyager with an DAW-ready plug-in for Mac and PC (AU/VST). The plugin lets you route controls, create complex modulations, manage presets, and automate parameters, all from within your DAW.

The Moog Voyager PlugSE Editor features:

  • Edit all program parameters
  • Automate all panel parameters
  • Direct MIDI connection
  • Fully resizable editing panels
  • Load/Save Program Banks
  • Transmits and receives Program Bank data
  • Complete System Exclusive implementation
  • Flexible routings of parameter changes (Automation parameters and MIDI tracks.)
  • Recording of real-time parameter changes using automation or MIDI continuous controllers.

Compatibility:

Works with audio software that supports VST or AudioUnits (AU) plug-ins including Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton, Digital Performer and Logic.

The Voyager Plug SE is available now for $79.00.

via aymat

15 thoughts on “Voyager Plug SE Lets You Control A Minimoog From Your DAW

  1. I think the price is a bit off, given that it doesn’t really do anything that’s not already built into most DAWs. Am I missing something?

  2. I’ve been doing this for years with the korg collection and the moog v. Not a damn thing new here except the price. Don’t be be fooled by all this ” new” stuff guys. A lot of it is older than I am.

  3. There was something understated about Bob, I wrote to him once and received a nice reply.
    The situation now is rather different. It is good to see people seeing what a joke they are really.Extortionate prices.It is rumoured that anyone who goes near their offices is charged for breathing ‘their’ air.
    The idea software can sound raw and real to any hardware synth is not quite true.Is it a moog? It has the moog name and wow how quick that is begining to loose it’s credibility.

    1. “The idea software can sound raw and real to any hardware synth is not quite true.Is it a moog? It has the moog name and wow how quick that is begining to loose it’s credibility.”

      It sounds like you think this is a VSTi and that you don’t think it can sound like hardware. Credibility ‘loosed’.

  4. The softsynths sound pretty shit in comparison to hardware ( I am not English excuse grammar)
    That’s why hardware is still in demand. Is that rocket science?

  5. I have been doing a lot of research over the years with a lot of testing of software emulations of hardware and real hardware synth like the moog voyager analogue synth. Its a fact that hardware sounds better than emulations of synths its true and to physically use a synth is completely diferant experience yes hardware is much better . I spoke to a director of moog and asked why real hardware synths like the moog voyager are so expensive he said that parts and the cost to build them has risen a lot. Its a very hard time for musicians and bedroom producers to own physical hardware but then it always has. You can achieve a lot with plugs just look at the waves or Sony or ssl just to name a few they all are fantastic plugs. At the end of the day having a vst to control your moog is xclnt but it should be free to moog owners that would def put the icing on the cake.

  6. While I agree I’d like to have this for free software development is not a cheap venture. Reading about this software from the manual it was created(developed) by a 3rd party company. I’m assuming Moog has some licensing revenue to pay the company for it. While I can buy a computer off the shelf I still have to buy an OS from MS and pay a license to them or run a free version of an OS like Linux. It’s the same thing.

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