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Moog Modular Ownet Manual

Post by Der_Wanderer » Fri Feb 04, 2011 10:53 pm

Hi,all!

There was a problem: to search the entire web, but did not find Moog Modular OWNER manual, would like to ask for help from members of the forum, can someone can share the electronic version of this document?

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Re: Moog Modular Ownet Manual

Post by loungedumore » Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:23 am

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Re: Moog Modular Ownet Manual

Post by Der_Wanderer » Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:43 am

But this manual for Virtial Moog Modular.In hardware some modules do others, such as a mixer and a sequencer, and many others.Because appeared this questions.

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Re: Moog Modular Ownet Manual

Post by loungedumore » Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:55 am

Your looking for hardware manuals ?
IDK if there are any ? Maybe spec sheets ? If there are such things I would imagine they are per module and not for a system as there are so many ways to build a system . Might check :
MoogMusic forum
analoge haven
other forums for people who are serious modular collectors too -dot coms , dopfer etc.
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Re: Moog Modular Ownet Manual

Post by Micke » Sun Feb 06, 2011 7:23 pm

Dan Wyman (of Sound Arts, LA) wrote the Moog Modular Handbook (190 pages) for Bob Moog and the Norlin corpoaration back in 1975, but I suspect it's hard to come by nowadays. Anyway, you'll find lots of spec sheets at the Moog archive site: http://moogarchives.com/m904a.htm
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Post by Der_Wanderer » Sat Feb 12, 2011 7:55 pm

Thank you,Mike).

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Re: Moog Modular Ownet Manual

Post by Yekuku » Sat Feb 12, 2011 8:40 pm

At the following link you can find info about these modules:

* 901 Voltage Controlled Oscillator
* 901A,901B VCO
* 902 Voltage Controlled Amplifier
* 911 Envelope Generator
* 904A Voltage Controlled Low Pass Filter
* 904B Voltage Controlled High Pass Filter
* 904C Filter Coupler 907
* 907 Fixed Filter Bank
* 960 Sequencer

http://artsites.ucsc.edu/EMS/music/equi ... /Moog.html

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Re: Moog Modular Ownet Manual

Post by RetroSynthAds » Thu Mar 31, 2011 4:49 am

Howdy,

Sorry for the late reply, but I have some info that may interest you.

My Moog included a nice guide tucked into a box called "Setting up your Moog Synthesizer - A guide to Installation and Operation of Synthesizers I, II and III."

16 pages, 1970, published by R.A. Moog Inc., it contains sections on:

-Installation (walnut console synthesizers and portable synthesizers) - with cool line diagrams
-Power requirements
-Some basic definitions
-Patch cords and trigger cables
-Trunk lines
-Initial familiarization with your synthesizer
-And then short sections on each module with more cool line drawings of examples of using the modules together:
902, 911, 903a, 905, 907, 904a, 904b, 904c, lower panel mixer (with description: "This is not a module in the sense that it cannot be removed :D, 984, multiples, lighted slide switches
-Patching Rules
-Warranty
-Notes for Synthesizer 10 owners
-Notes (blank page)

Is it detailed? The first sentence of the first section pretty much sums it up:

"Install the synthesizer on a table 27 to 29 inches high, 30 inches deep and at least 5 feet long."

LOL!

I'll try and scan to my blog at some point in the near future. Not really an ad, but cool.
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