Thickening up the Moog Voyager. I should mention 2 things right away though. First, I don't think the Voyager needs its tone altered in any way, it's just that the mixer out jack makes it easy. Second, and more obvious, this is clearly not the only way to thicken up the sound of this instrument, and I don't claim to be an expert by any means at all.
So what's really happening here? As you can see and hear in the video, I've routed the oscillators out of the Voyager and into a Malekko B:assmaster Germanium. Then the signal goes into one of the Macbeth Moroco's voltage controlled filters and voltage controlled amplifiers. The Voyager's MIDI OUT signals when the Moroco's envelope will trigger. This setup removes the Voyager's own dual filters and VCA out of the equation. I think it sounds very good and provides a nice contrast from the Voyager alone. I tried to keep the sound as authentic as possible, but unfortunately we're still at the mercy of streaming video compression.