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Moog Prodigy
– Mix 1

Moog Prodigy (sync sound with filter modulation), Roland JD (warm strings), PPG Wave 2.2 (stereo sound, wavetable) joining later.

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Moog Prodigy
– Sync 3

This is a rather typical example of oscillator synchronization. The Sync effect is produced live via pitch wheel.

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Moog Prodigy
– Sync 2

The subtle use of oscillator synchronization allows very smooth sounds. Must listen.

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Moog Prodigy
– Sync 1

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.

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Moog Prodigy
– Filter Resonance

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 …!

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Moog Prodigy
– Bass 2

Interesting, soft pulse wave bass. With Roland JD-800, contributing some warm strings …

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Moog Prodigy
– Bass 1

Bombastic Moog bass. The Prodigy is a very good substitute for the Minimoog. 2 VCOs, both sawtooth. Two samples in a row.