Multiple Moogs Make Up The Mothership

Check out Lisa Bella Donna's performance on 10 Moog semi-modular analog synths      24/04/20

Moog Music has posted this video where Lisa Bella Donna performs on The Mothership - a fleet of 10 Moog semi-modular analog synthesizers. Seven powerful Mother-32s, two percussive DFAMs, and one paraphonic Matriarch.

A spokesperson told us, “This performance is a glimpse into the myriad of sonic possibilities the Moog Mother ecosystem can offer to musicians of all skill levels. Lisa Bella Donna unleashes the vast potential of these instruments, demonstrating just how thunderous their sound can be when connected together.”

Lisa Bella Donna had this to say, "The sequencer system in this setup is something very special and unveils so much more than meets the eye when you dig in. Then there’s the SOUND. These synths can move serious air and give you the flexibility of 10 octave oscillators, richly classic Moog filtering, and VCAs that can offer both musical dynamics and grit when you wish for it. It’s clear that I have fallen in love with the Mother-32 modules. It’s such an inviting and versatile system—both sonically and in signal path flexibility. Then there’s the Matriarch, a synthesizer I have personally waited decades for. This combined with the Mother-32 system unleashed a mighty powerful system where you can really develop the details of your musical ideas."

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