Create in just a few seconds your perfect bass sound for your next synthwave track.
Synth used: Moog Voyager Electric Blue.
Of course you don’t need a Moog Voyager for this basic task: you can obtain a good sound with only two oscillators too.
Tip: try to detune just a little the 2nd oscillator frequency.
You can modify many others parameters and add great effects (like a chorus), the goal here is to reach a good basic bass sound.
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Few infos about the synth we use for our basslines….
Minimoog Voyager Electric Blue (MY 2006) is based off the limited run of the 50th Anniversary Edition Voyagers from 2004-05, which featured a black painted wood cabinet and the control panel was backlit using electroluminescent technology.
It is perfect for your synthwave bassline!
The Electric Blue models which have been sold since 2006 continue to feature the electric blue backlit panel and is housed in a fractal blue solid ash cabinet and lists for $3,556.
Played by the likes of Jesse Carmichael of Maroon5 and Printz Board of the Black Eyed Peas. The Electric Blue Voyager is housed in a fractal blue solid ash cabinet.
At first it looks black but as one draws near the fractal blue flecks pop out in an eye catching display. Combine this with the stunning look of the electric blue back lit panel, new blue LED’s, and some new killer patches and you have an instrument you will be proud to play for a lifetime.
The Electric Blue Edition of the Moog Minimoog Voyager packs everything from your regular Voyager into newer, shinier housing featuring a swirled blue finish on its ash enclosure.
Like the regular Voyager, this edition pulls from the famed Model D from the 1970s, a monophonic analog synth.
The Electric Blue Edition Voyager boasts 896 presets, a 3D touch surface, MIDI functionality, incredible patching capabilities, eight distinct glide modes, and, of course, modules galore.
LFO, envelopes, filters, mixers, you name it …. the Moog Minimoog Voyager has it!
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