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Analog Synth Rack/Sound Module from Mos-Lab .

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  • PulsophonicPulsophonic

    Excellent sound

    Mos-Lab modulairePublished on 06/29/14 at 03:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Ben these are based on the plans of Moog modules Analog modules. These clones thereof.

    As this type of modular, there is no pre-defined configuration, depending on the number of modules, no preset either, a sound built by patching through cable jack on the VCO and VCF VCF to the VCA. All being well controlled on a keyboard Volt / octave and LFO, env, and many other things, the possibilities are endless.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple use, from the moment we understood the basis of subtractive synthesis.

    We plug with cables, we make "experiments" wiring, all the modules are protected in case of bad connection, so no worries to be.

    SOUNDS

    Big big sound, moog modular (also…
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    Ben these are based on the plans of Moog modules Analog modules. These clones thereof.

    As this type of modular, there is no pre-defined configuration, depending on the number of modules, no preset either, a sound built by patching through cable jack on the VCO and VCF VCF to the VCA. All being well controlled on a keyboard Volt / octave and LFO, env, and many other things, the possibilities are endless.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple use, from the moment we understood the basis of subtractive synthesis.

    We plug with cables, we make "experiments" wiring, all the modules are protected in case of bad connection, so no worries to be.

    SOUNDS

    Big big sound, moog modular (also means a descent of other keyboards like moog minimoog for example, but beware, the filter is not quite the same).

    For "realistic" sounds, you can imagine that this is not about what kind of machine you need to go, on the other hand for pure sound synthesis, then there is the foot.

    We can also make noises, FX, sounds crazy. Again, it depends on your configuration and your imagination.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Mos-lab, which is great, is that we have access to its modular moog for a price quite decent.

    Sebastien is available to answer your questions.

    We often hear that the waiting time is long (about 2 months to 6 months depending on order) but at the same time, everything is done by hand in the traditional way in the noble sense of the term.

    Moreover, the finish is impeccable, nothing drags, everything is clean.

    The only major concerns when the modular Moslab is that when you start a 44U cabin and we tell ourselves that we will stop there. Well in the end, we begin to say, "and if I did another cab??"
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