Owners of the Moog Voyager and Little Phatty synths can now significantly upgrade their capabilities via free downloads from the Moog Music website, moogmusic.com.
The new Voyager 3.4 Operating System features extensive local control options, new touch surface features and enhanced pot resolution.
“Our goal is to continue to deliver value to our core customer base and these new free software releases will make many of them feel as if they have a completely new synth, ” said Chris Stack, Moog Marketing Manager.
A free software upgrade (for owners with version 3.0 or above) is available for download at http://moogmusic.com/voyager/ (under the “software” tab). A hardware upgrade is available for customers who have an older model of the Voyager (OS revision 2.5 or lower, built before August, 2005) increasing their current single bank of 128 presets to seven banks of 128 for a total of 896. This upgrade is available as a field upgrade for $265 or as a factory upgrade for $365. Customers who choose to upgrade will then be able to take advantage of all the latest software features in Version 3.4.
For more information, visit their web site at www.moogmusic.com.
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