This set of videos, via AJH Synth, takes a look at expanding on the sonic possibilities of the Moog Mother-32 synthesizer using additional Eurorack modules.
The Mother-32 was designed to be an all-in-one Eurorack synth, but also to play well in larger systems. These videos demonstrate a variety of ideas on integrating the Mother-32 with other modules. This is useful for Mother-32 owners that want to expand their options and also for people interested in what the synth could add to an existing system.
Here’s what’s covered in the first video:
00:53 Sub-octaves/sub-bass (Ring SM)
02:40 Sawtooth multiplication (Wave Swarm)
03:50 Ring SM as CP3 Input mixer
04:44 Using it with a sequencer
06:33 Sample & Hold filter mod
08:37 The need for the V-SCALE
09:09 Adding more VCO’s
10:25 Using the Precision Voltages
11:19 Multiple VCO’s & a sequencer
Here’s what’s covered in the second video (below):
00:32 Multiple VCO’s / 4 stacked octaves
01:20 Chords / VCO Tuning intervals
02:46 Using an External Filter
04:14 Vocal / Formant sounds
Info on the modules featured is available at the AJH Synth site.
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Three Mother 32 articles on the same day?