Moog Voyager Editing

Minimoog Voyager Editor-Librarian reaches Version 3      16/02/07
Moog Voyager Editing



Version 3 of the Minimoog Voyager Editor-Librarian is now available. It is a program designed to be the ultimate tool for organizing and creating presets for the Minimoog Voyager. Through a MIDI connection, the program can pull single presets or the entire bank of presets from the Voyager - as well as replace individual presets or the entire bank. Once the presets are in the computer - all parameters are displayed on the graphical user interface, including EDIT mode functions like Pot Mapping, Touch Surface Destinations and Filter Poles. The settings of the front panel controls are displayed with high resolution editing available, so this program can also be used to learn how the factory presets work as well as edit sounds with precision. Presets can be added to a library in user-named categories for creating custom preset banks, in addition - the "Genetics" function can be used to create new presets by morphing or mutating two presets together into a whole new bank.
A Voyager OS update function is included. It simplifies the updating of Voyager firmware. A Voyager must be updated to at least OS 2.5 or later to work with this software. However, for those who do not have the hardware upgrade for V 3.X, you will not be able to access more than a single bank of presets. This hardware upgrade extends the Voyager's preset memory to 7 banks of 128 presets for a total of 896 presets.
To take full advantage of all features associated with the Editor, it is best to own a Voyager with the V3.X hardware upgrade.
Pricing and Availability:
$79 USD More information:
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