NAMM 2017: Suit & Tie Guy Shows Us an Interesting Patch On His Moog Format Modular

Suit was on had to get digital sounds out of analogue oscillators...      24/01/17

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It is always a pleasure to go and visit Suit & Tie Guy, the creator of the worlds only synthesizer convention Knobcon, was keen to show us a unique sounding patch he had made on his 5u/Moog format modular synth. Using the STG Sounlabs Integer Divider module he took multiple outputs and blended them together to create an almost digital FM sounding drum synth.

We'll let Suit take over from here.

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