Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Moog Voyager RME

via this auction
"Moog Voyager RME Features:
* Three wide-range, high stability VCOs with continuously-variable waveforms.
* Two "Moog-style" low-pass-resonant filters with choice of two-pole or four-pole response
* Five-input mixer for combining the audio sources prior to filtering
* Two wide-range ADSR (Attack Decay Sustain Release) envelopes
* Filter Envelope sweeps the filter and is available for modulation shaping
* Volume Envelope shapes the overall volume
* Low Frequency Oscillator generates triangular, square, Sample & Hold, and smoothed Sample & Hold waveforms for use as modulating signals
* Modulation Busses Module selects sources, destinations, and shaping signals for the MOD WHEEL bus and the EXT PEDAL bus
* GLIDE varies the speed at which the keyboard voltage changes, from instantaneous to several seconds
* Extensive MIDI implementation capabilities

The ultimate analog synth, now in a rack!
The Minimoog Voyager RME is perhaps the ultimate monophonic analog performance synth. It incorporates virtually all of the sound resources and functions of the original Model D Minimoog, which was produced by Moog Music, Inc. from 1970 to 1982. The Voyager Rack has many additional features, including MIDI IN and MIDI OUT implementation, extensive patching facilities, and a large number of new panel features.

Classic Moog oscillators, filters, and amplifiers
The Voyager RME's signal path starts with a bank of three wide-range, high-stability voltage controlled oscillators, one noise source, and one audio preamplifier for externally-applied audio signals. The sound modifiers are two 'Moog-style' low-pass filters and one VCA (Voltage Controlled Amplifier). Modulation sources are two ADSR (Attack Decay Sustain Release) envelope generators and one multi-waveform LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator).

MIDI I/O plus control voltage connectors
The Voyager RME's rear panel delivers all of the same input/output resources that are available on the Voyager via its MIDI IN, THRU, and OUT connectors, four audio input and output jacks, and two accessory port connectors. The output accessory port connects the RME's 21 control and gate outputs to the forthcoming VX-351 Voyager CV Output Expander, while the input accessory port connects the 18 control and gate inputs to the VX-352 Voyager CV Input Expander."

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