This week I got a modular sequencer, which is normally part of a modular synthesizer. I have a MiniMoog Voyager synthesizer that contains many of the components a modular synth would normally include, so I wanted to connect the two of them up.
Analog synthesizers need two connections to be played by a sequencer: a voltage that specifies the pitch of the note to be played, and a trigger/gate that tells it when a key is pressed and released. On the trigger/gate, Moog uses a different system from most other synthesizers.
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