Moog Lap Steel Explorations Part 2 – a live looping improvisation by Bill Walker, using the new Moog Lap Steel and Looperlative LP-1.
The improvisation features the usage of the guitar’s onboard filters, and using an Ethos preamp for distortion, in tandem with the Moog guitar’s infinite sustain capability to get a high volume feedback response at a low volume,
The LP-1 is being controlled by a Gordius Little Giant MIDI controller and an iPhone using the OSC app and a Missing Link WiFi to MIDI adaptor.
Cyryl Lance, lead designer at Moog Music, demonstrates some advanced effects that you can achieve with the Moog Guitar.
Some crazy stuff!
Video from Sonic State from Musikmesse 2011.
The Moog Guitar, Moogerfoogers & Multi-Pedal
The Moog Guitar, Moogerfooger Effects Processors and the MP-201 Multi-Pedal combine to make a powerful guitar-based production and performance system. This video shows just a few of the infinite possibilitie with this set-up.
Electro-Harmonix’s Bill Ruppert offers his take on recreating classic Moog synthesizers sounds with a guitar and some effects pedals.
This is the latest in Ruppert’s great series, EHX Effectology, in which Ruppert tries to “create a remarkable collection of impossible sounds using just a regular guitar and EHX effect pedals.”
No keyboards, samplers or midi pickups were used.
In this episode I show how to turn a regular guitar into a Moog synthesizer!
There is a demonstration of the famous recording Switched-on Bach and Emerson Lake and Palmer’s classic synthesizer solo from the song ‘Lucky Man”.
Both records featured the epic original Moog modular synthesizer.
Moog EP-2 Expression Pedal (Demo)
The Moog EP-2 is an excellent and inexpensive tool you can get to dynamically change parameters on Moogerfooger pedals and more. It works with Boss pedals and destroys the Roland EV-5, which costs twice as much.
Moogerfooger CV: MF-102 Ring Modulator Carrier In (Demo)
The carrier oscillator in the Moogerfooger Ring Modulator can be reset by an outside audio source. Here it is being done with the Moogerfooger FreqBox (with additional voltage control!) and an Etherwave Standard theremin.
‘Fooging Tough: Moogerfooger Construction Quality Demo
Here’s quick audio demo of the Electro Harmonix Micro Synth – a pedal that lets you create synth-like sounds with your guitar! Continue reading “Electro Harmonix Micro Synth”
Moog Guitar review, from Guitarist magazine.