Moog Sound Studio: Mother-32 & DFAM & Subharmonicon

Begin a new journey in the world of modular synthesis with Moog Sound Studio: Mother-32 & DFAM & Subharmonicon.

Moog Sound Studio includes all the tools and creative inspiration you need to embark on an immersive sonic adventure. Designed for beginner and seasoned synthesists alike, Moog Sound Studio introduces a uniquely comprehensive approach to exploring modular synthesis. Along with the powerful trio of analog synthesizers (Mother-32, DFAM, and Subharmonicon), each user receives a custom dust cover, dedicated audio mixer and power distribution hub, rack kit, audio cables, patch cables, cable organizer, synth exploration card game, creative learning tools, artwork, and more.

Watch the immersive Moog Sound Studio experience and environment come to life in this animation by Rapapawn, an experimental animation studio run by artists Óscar Raña and Cynthia Alfonso. This piece incorporates artwork by illustrator Kate Dehler and is set to music composed by synthesist Lisa Bella Donna using Mother-32, DFAM, and Subharmonicon.

Expand your knowledge of modular synthesis, hone your sound design skills, and allow yourself to get lost in the joy of discovering new musical experiences!

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I spent way too much time on this. But here’s the skinny. Freeze and Flatten your tracks while using the Ext. Instrument Plug-in by Ableton. That’s the easiest but my most unliked option. Instead i prefer to have a seperate Midi and Audio track, then calculate the delay like i did in the video and you should be Golden! Hope this helps and didn’t create even further questions instead haha. Oh! and set your Driver Error Compensation appropriately otherwise you’re screwing into termite…

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