The Moog One is a three-part multitimbral instrument, capable of playing up to three distinct Synths simultaneously - split layered, or zoned across the keyboard and on separate MIDI channels - all from within a single Preset.
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- General Troubleshooting
- Using the Moog One's Vocoder effect
- Using the Moog One's external input
- How do I load presets onto the Moog One?
- How does parallel mode differ from serial mode in the Moog One's filter section?
- How do I change the curve of the Aftertouch on the Moog One?
- How do I add swing to the Moog One's arpeggiator or sequencer?
- How can I modulate the waveform of just one of the oscillators on the Moog One?
- Can I use the Moog One PITCH wheel to control parameters other than pitch?
- Can I turn off local control on Moog One?
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