Moog officially introduced at NAMM 2014 its new SUB 37 paraphonic synthesizers, with which the brand responds to many fans’ requests.
The Moog SUB 37 is a limited edition that includes a Bob Moog signature plate and wooden sides. The enhanced and larger version of the Sub Phatty features 37 velocity sensitive keys with aftertouch and can operate in both Mono or Dual-Paraphonic modes, the latter allows for playing the two oscillators independently.
Moog also included DAHDSR envelopes (delay, attack, hold, decay, sustain and release) from the Sub Phatty with front controls for each function.
Two modulation busses are present with assignable sources and destinations, as well as 16 banks of 16 patches and a mixing section with controls and mute for each sound source.
The Moog SUB 37 hosts syncable step sequencer and arpeggiator and you’ll find the iconic Ladder Filter with resonance, MultiDrive and filter slopes.
You can also connect an external audio source and a Feedback feature, with dedicated level, will feed the filter output back to the mixer input.
Just like the Sub Phatty, the Moog SUB 27 ships with a standalone and plug-in editor in which you can control, recall and automate the synth parameters.
The price of the SUB 37 is $1579. Visit www.moogmusic.com for full details.
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