Modular synths are back... and here to stay. And Rishabh Rajan is here to teach us all about the Moog Mother 32! So learn the Moog and modular synthesis at the same time in this wonderfully produced two-for-one course!
We love modular synthesis. Where else can you have such absolute control over every aspect of your sounds? With all the new interest in Eurorack, we’ve decided to dive into synthesis big time. That’s why we’re excited to bring you this truly great course by our esteemed synth trainer, Rishabh Rajan!
This course takes you on a control voltage journey though every aspect of the Moog Mother 32. You learn everything about its oscillators, filters VCAs, modulators and sequencer. You also learn all about the mysterious concept of voltage control which was developed simultaneously (yet independently) by the legendary fathers of modern synthesis: Donald Buchla and Robert Moog.
When you complete this course you will be a Moog Mother 32 expert and, at the same time, a lot more knowledgeable about voltage control modular synthesis! Sit back and plug in!
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baseline offset wrote on April 22, 2017
A very clear, very useful course. I learnt so much in one sitting and will go back to this many times.
Ivan Dubinsky wrote on March 16, 2016
A very good overview which gives you enough information to start using the Mother-32 and start experimenting with it's patching possibilities. I thought some of the tutorials presumed a certain amount of knowledge about analog synthesis and moved fairly quickly but it can be followed along by pausing and reviewing the sections you might not grasp right away. It would be nice to see a more advanced course covering subjects like more advanced patching and interfacing with other gear, syncing with external equipment and DAW's etc.
All in all a very good course and recommended if you have a Mother-32 or are thinking of getting one and for those just getting started out in analog synthesis.
Jeffrey Mowery wrote on March 10, 2016
Awesome course, I'm so excited to see analog gear getting some attention. Thank you!