Moog III Modular Synthesizer

In 1979, Peter Tod Lewis created a classic audio demonstration of the Moog Synthesizer for the University of Iowa's Electronic Music Studios.

Table of Contents:

Intro to the Studios

Intro to Moog Synth

Oscillator Waveshapes

Oscillator Pitch Control

White Noise

Keyboard Control

Sub-audio Oscillator Control

Combination Tones

Filters

Filtered White Noise

Filtered Music

Filter Control

Amplitude Control

Amplitude Envelopes

Timbre Envelopes

Amp-Timbre Envelopes

Envelope Follower

Sequencer

Conclusion

Moog III Modular Synthesizer Modules:

901: Voltage-Controlled Oscillator

2901-A: Oscillator Controller

2901-B: Voltage-Controlled Oscillator

6902: Voltage-Controlled Amplifier

4903-A: Random Signal Generator

1904-A: Low Pass Filter

1904-B: High Pass Filter

1904-C: Filter Coupler

910: Power Supply #1065

1911: Envelope Generator

4911-A: Dual Trigger Delay

1912: Envelope Follower

1914: Fixed Filter Bank

1960: Sequential Controller

2961: Sequencer Interface

1962: Sequential Switch

2991: Filter and Attenuator

1994: Multiples

University of Iowa Electronic Music Studios | 306 Voxman Music Building | University of Iowa | Iowa City, IA 52242

http://theremin.music.uiowa.edu/

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