Aus dem Moog Forum:
Our experience in conducting these tests brought to light some of the basic considerations for
translating a Minimoog patch to the Voyager. If you should ever need to do this (such as
translating a patch from the Minimoog Patch Book to the Voyager), here are some things to keep
in mind if an authentic Minimoog re-creation is the goal:
1. Use a single output taken from the Voyager's RIGHT output only. This output is unaffected by
the SPACING control, so that knob setting makes no difference in a patch (helps to keep thing
2. Make sure the Voyager's filter is set to Dual Lowpass (LP/LP) mode.
3. Don't include waveform modulation (the Minimoog has no PWM capabilities).
4. To duplicate the Minimoog oscillator waveforms on the Voyager, use these WAVE settings:
Triangle Wave: 000
Tri-Saw Hybrid Wave (aka 'Sharktooth' wave): 025
Sawtooth Wave: 088
Square Wave: 178
Pulse Wave (35%): 220
Narrow Pulse Wave (15%): 250
5. Filter Keyboard Control: The Minimoog's keyboard control switches 1 & 2 provide 1/3 and
2/3 keyboard scaling control of the filter cutoff, respectively. To duplicate this behavior on the
Voyager, use these KEYBOARD CONTROL AMOUNT knob values:
Keyboard control 1: 98
Keyboard control 2: 180
6. The Voyager's AMOUNT TO FILTER control is bipolar, but the Minimoog Filter's
AMOUNT OF CONTROL function is positive only. Keep all Voyager AMOUNT TO FILTER
adjustments in the positive range.
7. The Minimoog doesn't have a dedicated RELEASE envelope control knob, so set the
Voyager's DECAY and RELEASE envelope controls to the same values.
By observing these guidelines, you should be able to achieve a reasonably faithful Minimoog
re-creation on the Voyager.
GregK & BrianG