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Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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Batty a part-time user from USA writes:
The Voyager is not without its limitations, to be sure...if you are looking for lush pads, realistic strings, samples, or the like, then it is certainly not the synth for you.

That doesn't make it bad, however. For a mono, it is incredibly versatile, the build quality is fantastic, but most important of all is what it draws out of you.

I pick this synth up more than any of my others because of the musicality it has. I don't exactly know how to explain it, and I know that is a vague quality, but this synth *feels* more like an expressive instrument than any other in my collection, and I find that the way in which I interact with it is markedly different. I'm not sure why that is, exactly.

Is it the same as a vintage Mini? I don't know. I've never been one to buy into the Moog hype (for a long time, I was a disciple of vintage Rolands), and have never owned a vintage Moog. I picked my Voyager up used, and it was certainly worth that price. This is far and away my favorite synth now.

It's an incredible joy to play, and I would be devastated to lose it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Sep-06-2011 at 11:00
Matt a hobbyist user from Phila, PA USA writes:
Best single voice analog unit in the world. Quality built, easy to use and a sound that can not be beat.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-08-2008 at 14:56
chucky funk a professional user from land of the free,home of the brave writes:
I've had em' all,korg ms20,octave cat,sh 101,waldorf's,dave smith,the list goes on and on.... the voyager is full and deep. is it as "fat" as the original, who knows and who cares,this thing sounds awsome, the features are great,plenty of inputs and outputs,PRESET MEMORIES(unlike the original). this moog looks forward,not backwards.if you to want to relive the 70's,then go ahead and spend $4500 on the original, if you want to make modern music with a modern machine, save up $1500 and go get one on ebay

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-12-2008 at 12:46
Max McDougall a professional user from USA writes:
All of this nonsense about ICs vs. discreet transistors is completely ridiculous. Honestly, op amps have come such a long way since it was introduced almost 35 YEARS AGO.

I would like for one person to give me an explanation as to why op amps are inferior to discreet components in this day and age. Seriously, Poor argument.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-03-2007 at 19:55
Basti a part-time user from Germany writes:
I can´t believe that people are considering this thing as "not versatile". a) turn the knobs b) Get the CV expander!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-15-2007 at 16:58
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