Minimoog Voyager. Photo courtesy Moog Music.

Moogist’s Tips For Making Insane, Atonal Voyager Music In a Kitchen Pantry [Video]

Why is The Moogist playing in a pantry? It’s … unclear. (mmmm… Vanilla Almond Clusters.) But this performer, aka Tim Tsang, demonstrates that with some modulation, you can turn you keyboard shredding into something much wilder. Expect explosive flurries of atonal melodic flourishes and timbral mayhem. Using a Moog Voyager, he modulates those pitches into some musical insanity. In short: Shred. Add pitch randomization with sample and hold (a lot of it). Filter the result. Hold that key trigger so you can use your fingers for something else. (Here, the Voyager’s X/Y pad. Route mod wheel to LFO. Route LFO …