In this live performance video, shared by Moog Music, electronic music producer Max Ravitz (a.k.a. Patricia) jams with eight Mavis synthesizers.
Here’s what they shared about the technical details:
“Each Mavis in this setup provides a different element in the song, ranging from wave-folded kick drums to 808-inspired cymbals and double-VCO basses to folding leads.
All eight Mavis synthesizers in this performance are sequenced by the Winter Modular Eloquencer, with a touch of delay provided by the OTO Machines BIM and the Chase Bliss x Meris CXM 1978 reverb, adding a bit of dimension to the mix.
Visuals for this video were created using an LZX modular analog video synthesizer.”
6 thoughts on “Synth Jam With 8 Moog Mavis Synthesizers”
I guess I’ll have to order 16!
You’re not programming a PDP 11 so no need to count in octal. You can grab 10 Moogs, or maybe 12. Heck, maybe an odd number!
Mavis has that Moog sound for sure. nice tune! thank you for not using illuminated patch cords.
Man, I can’t afford this… I really wish they would make synths that could do more than one timbre at a time…
They do! The Moog One can do up to three timbres simultaneously! 😉
I hope people aren’t actually spending their hard earned cash to get 8 of these lol but hey it looks visually appealing from a top view at least lol