The first semi-modular tabletop and Eurorack synthesizer from Moog Raw, fat analog sound meets modern sequencing and MIDI control 13-button, 1-octave keyboard lets you perform and create/edit sequences Create patterns via the voltage-controlled 32-step sequencer with 64 sequence locations Includes vintage-style Moog oscillator with pulse and sawtooth wave outputs Quintessential Moog Ladder highpass and lowpass filter includes voltage-controlled resonance Create electronic percussion sounds via the white noise generator Audio input allows you to process external sound sources Onboard 2-input voltage-controlled mixer lets you combine control voltage 32-point modular patch bay includes 5 x 3.5mm patch cables MIDI to CV converter and 5-pin MIDI input let you integrate the rest of your synth gear Complete Eurorack synthesizer that can easily be installed in a Eurorack case Tech Specs Sound Engine Type(s) Analog Polyphony 1 Expansion Semi-Modular, Eurorack compatible Sequencer 32-step, 64 sequences Analog Inputs 3 x 1/8" (ext. audio in, mix 1 in, mix 2 in) Analog Outputs 1 x 1/4" TRS (headphone/audio out), 5 x 1/8" TS (VCA out, VCF out, VCO saw out, VCO pulse out, VC mic out) MIDI I/O In Height 4.21" Width 12.57" Depth 5.24" Weight 3.5 lbs. Power Supply 12V DC power supply included
...trying to slight anyone's work). The reverbs sound FANTASTIC in the Moog One demo. For that matter, many of the Mother-32 demos leaned heavily on the Eventide Space, to wonderful effect. The Moog / Eventide combo sounds really impressive to my ears. Having said that, if Moog ever needs additional effects in the Moog One,...
...fact that clearly, the synth named 'Matriarch' should be at least a 4-voice polysynth based upon either the Grandmother or Mother-32. And 'Matador' is the name of a fancy bass analog and tube drive pedal, or something else to goose the Minitaur. I never would have guessed 'Subharmonicon' for the last one, though.
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