Last weeks post where we brought you Moog's videos of their Mother-32 (or more accurately, multiple Mother-32s as some of you pointed out) in action has proved very popular so here are two more of the company's videos for your enjoyment.
In June, Moog Music traveled to Arcosanti urban laboratory to take part in FORM, a three day happening curated by Hundred Waters. With three Mother-32 prototypes on-hand, visiting artists Kyle Dixon and M. Geddes Gengras explored the sonic capabilities of the Mother-32 in the alien landscape of Arizona's high desert.
M. Geddes Gengras uses a discrete Mother-32 and Minifooger Analog Delay to experiment with FM applications and LFO modulation routings, while Kyle Dixon integrates a pair of Mother-32s and a duo of Minifooger delays with his personal Eurorack case, using the 4ms QCD to clock each of the Mother's sequencers independently.
Meanwhile in this short improvisation below, Detroit-based electronic artist, Erika, composes a celestial passage using a pair of Mother-32 analog synthesizers. An external reverb unit is used to add an astral quality to the patch.
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