"The Moog Modular V is a powerhouse that models the old hardware to a tee, producing rich and beautiful tones that compare favorably to a real Moog system. If you're looking for a top-quality software synth that really does sound like the analog hardware it claims to emulate, look no further than Arturia's Moog Modular V. This powerful tool is good enough for Bob Moog, and I'll wager it's good enough for you, too."
Made only with Moog Modular V, drums and an electric guitar. I used compression on some parts. Modulations are played in real time with the pitch bend and modulation wheels. You can hear the extreme versatility and power of the Modular.
This song was made with several instances of the Moog Modular V, drums and a shaker. The only added effect is compression to limit extra dynamics, and sometimes eqs in the high frequencies to add some air to the sound.
A short demo sent by Dale Ong, from the USA, who worked for Bob Moog in the 80's. It was recorded (rendered in Sonar actually) using just 6 tracks, all MMV with no external processing. Courtesy of Dale Ong.
Bach's Invention #8, arranged and recorded by Jay Denonville. Recorded in ProTools using 8 tracks. Some tracks use half-speed recording for different timbral effects. Most patches are very simple, just using 3 oscillators, 2 envelopes, and a low-pass filt.
This file was sent to us with this nice comment: "This is Ryan Richardson from ThinkWare. Just wanted to let you know that your Moog product is excellent. The following link contains an mp3 file of a project I am doing with Moog Modular..."
A fragment of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, 1st movement. Only one instance of MMV has been used, rendering track by track of a total of 22 audio tracks. No external EQ, compression or FX were used the sound is right as it comes from the Moog Modular V, which was used as a VST Plug-In on Cubase SX under Mac OS X, in 24-bit@44100 Hz.