Moog Mother-32 – Progressive Soundset (35 patches) by Anton Anru

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Moog Mother 32 and Subharmonicon

Welcome to the soundset for a semi-modular synth Moog Mother-32.

In this soundset I tried to get the most interesting timbres out of the synth.

It may seem that a single Oscillator, Filter, simple Envelope and LFO can’t do too much. But experiments with the patchbay give a wide range of sounds. Some timbres are supposed to be played on a keyboard. For others, it’s better to use Arp or Seq. But, of course, you’re free to experiment.

There are mild and soft timbres, as well as wild and noisy.

The bank consists of 35 patches:

  • 15 Leads
  • 8 Plucks
  • 2 Percussions
  • 5 Sequences
  • 5 FXs

By Sequence I mean a patch, where an internal sequencer is used and its parameters are modulated.

And, of course, you may use any of the presets from the soundset with the internal sequencer.

Percussion is a patch where you can get some drum tones depending on the low/high notes

In some patches I use «Assign» output. I did it for ModWheel, but you may try other sources.

You need up to 7 patch cords to recreate the patches.

In my video and soundcloud tracks I used drums and pads to accompany the patches + a bit of reverb/delay, so you may hear the timbres in a kind of realistic situations. Audio examples in the catalog are dry and without other instruments.

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About Anru, the author of this soundset

Anton Anru is a producer, sound designer, mix engineer, and music production trainer. Get more information and a list of all sound designer soundbanks below.

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Reviews from YouTube

Great sounds! Makes me wish I had a Mother…..32.
Sound Author

Awesome sounds, I’m really envious! Best regards! 💚

Thanks allot for the nice patches
Raimond de Vries

Great. We’ll make it! Stay Connected :d

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