There are so many things you can do with this synth, and it all sounds fantastic!
Here I controlled a K2000 with a Moog Voyager via MIDI. Ran the K2000 audio into the Voyager’s ext audio input, mixing it with the Voyager’s oscillators. Played the result through an H9 over a Pro 2 sequence while the Pro 2 sent step sequence CVs to modulate the Voyager’s filter cutoff.
…and a couple more that just showcase the Voyager’s beautiful sound. The Moog Voyager’s Clean Machine preset recreates that classic Pink Floyd sound, and here I take a quick look at a way to take it farther…
A pair of my early Voyager videos (circa 2011-12) – Demonstration using the Moog MF-102 Ring Modulator as an extra “atonal” oscillator for the Moog Voyager…. Plus, ever wonder what a 9 oscillator, 5 filter Moog synth would sound like? Yeah, me too, so I MIDIed a Taurus 3, Voyager, Little Phatty and Slim Phatty together.
Minitaur and Voyager sequenced by the Koushion app. The Pro 2 sequencer synced to Koushion. Control Voltages from the Pro 2 modulating filter cutoff and other parameters on the Minitaur and Voyager. Effects processing by an Eventide H9 and Line 6 Echo Pro.
Combine a LittleBits Micro Sequencer, CV and Power module and you have a fun, low cost CV Step Sequencer. It can be used with LittleBits equipment, or can enhance other CV synth systems. Here are a few examples of the possibilities when used with a Moog voyager and CP-251 Control Voltage Processor.