We originally saw this at Winter NAMM in January this year as a prototype. Well, now it's shipping and if you are lucky enough to own a Moog Voyager, then the VX-351 CV breakout box could be just what you need.
The VX-351 connects to the Voyager's accessory port by a detachable cable (included). The enclosure housing is similar to the Moogerfooger CP-251 Control Processor, which also expands the Voyager¹s capabilities. The VX-351 has two attenuators and two 4-way multiple jack panels for distribution and processing of the Voyager CVs.
The VX-351 provides 21 CV and Gate outputs from the Voyager, including:
From the Keyboard: gate, pitch voltage, attack velocity voltage, pressure voltage; from the Touch Plate: gate, vertical axis voltage, horizontal axis voltage, area voltage; from the Left Hand Controller: CV produced by the MOD wheel, CV produced by the PITCH BEND wheel; from the LFO: triangle wave, square wave.
Output of the Sample and Hold, smoothed output of the sample and hold circuit; output of the Noise Generator; output of the Filter Envelope Generator; output of the Volume Envelope Generator.
Voltage at the MOD 1 and MOD 2 input jacks; The PEDAL/ON modulation signal before it is routed to a destination; the MOD WHEEL modulation signal before it is routed to a destination.
Moog Music Inc. designs and manufactures timeless electronic musical instruments, including theremins, analog effects modules, the Minimoog Voyager and the Moog PianoBar. Founded by Robert Moog, inventor of the original Moog Synthesizer, Moog Music is located in Asheville, N.C.