I assembled the appropriate adapter to link between the sequencer I built recently and the moog standard interface, allowing the language of control voltage to pass between them. The audio above contains three layers of moog, 2 driven by the analog sequencer, using various modular patchs. The tempos of the two sequenced tracks are left untouched for the majority of the time. Accordingly they syncopate in a just-slightly out of rational metric division. The continuous changing of acoustic tones is the hallmark of analog synthesis. Simply twisting any number of knobs levels physical electrons through a prism of harmonic potentials. I like those places in between rational musical forms, the irrational numbers of harmony and rhythm. Anyway, why not.