Moog Prodigy (sync sound with filter modulation), Roland JD (warm strings), PPG Wave 2.2 (stereo sound, wavetable) joining later.
This is a rather typical example of oscillator synchronization. The Sync effect is produced live via pitch wheel.
The subtle use of oscillator synchronization allows very smooth sounds. Must listen.
Wow, this is THE major strength of the Moog Prodigy: oscillator synchronization. The instrument can produce some of the most tasteful sync sounds that exist in synthesizer history.
A strange Prodigy pattern, realized via Korg SQ-10 sequencer in a very wide audio range.
Two samples in a row. Pure filter modulation pattern (with some sweeps), then repeated with high resonance settings. The Moog Prodigy filter sounds extraordinary beautiful …!
Interesting, soft pulse wave bass. With Roland JD-800, contributing some warm strings …
Bombastic Moog bass. The Prodigy is a very good substitute for the Minimoog. 2 VCOs, both sawtooth. Two samples in a row.