New Ableton Instrument – Moog MemoryMoog

Mike Longo of Expanding Sound let us know about MemoryMoog Ableton Instrument Mega Pack, a new Ableton Instrument pack, based on patches created and sampled from a Moog MemoryMoog.

Here’s what he has to say about it:

The MemoryMoog Synth is one of the finest, if not the finest analog synth I’ve ever been lucky enough to play/sample. Put simply, It is huge.

The MiniMoog is always considered the classic Moog synth. This is 6 of them stacked on top of each other! Up to 18 oscillators at once.

I was lost in it’s sound instantly, and never wanted to come out. It is regarded by many as one of the best sounding synths ever made. Unfortunately, its price tag mirrors that sentiment. Since most people, including myself, don’t have ten grand lying around to spend on a synth, this could be the next best thing.

These Ableton Instruments were all hand crafted from patches created for this pack. It really sounds great. The leads are huge, the pads are massive, and the bass is monstrous. Any one of these patches will cut through a mix easily. Some of the modulation on some of the sounds is just insane, as I created many of the tones in the synths unison mode. This was done to stack the oscillators on top of each other, to fatten it up even more so.

The track in the video, above, was created using the MemoryMoog Ableton Instrument Mega Pack.

Pricing and Availability:

The pack, which includes 24 Ableton Instruments and 1 Audio effect rack tailored for the MemoryMoog sounds, is available for an introductory price of US $5 (about 50% 0ff), through Jan 2nd. A free sampler pack is also available.

3 thoughts on “New Ableton Instrument – Moog MemoryMoog

  1. As the lucky owner of a MM, I can attest that it is a sublime synth, but one thing I can guarantee 100% is that it sounds nothing like 6 Minimoogs, as the two synths have completely different components.

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    1. This is true. It did not sound like 6 MiniMoogs. I owned a MemoryMoog back in the late 80’s through early 90’s. Traded a Prophet5 Rev2 plus some cash for it. Big, Noisy, Heavy. Sounded great though. Did not sound like the P5. Was grainier, thicker. More of a raw sounding synth. For playing live in a band with guitars, this one cuts through like no other.

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