Moog have unveiled the Subsequent 25 which delivers their famous fat sound in their most compact package ever.
Moog have unveiled an upcoming, 25-note synth that is only just longer than 20 inches. The release may pale in comparison to the size of Moog’s usual output but they promise it delivers powerful bass that is perfect for the stage and the studio thanks to it’s portability.
Subsequent 25 follows the legacy set by Moog’s Subsequent 37 and Sub Phatty synths, replacing the latter in production. Moog say that they are “transitioning production” and that their new model will be the standard model from now on.
Subsequent 25 is a 2-note paraphonic analog synthesizer that melds the hands-on analog soul of classic Moog instruments with the convenience and workflow of a modern sound-design machine. The device works on its own and can be used seamlessly with your DAW with full MIDI implementation.
Subsequent 25’s analog filter section contains the transformative Multidrive circuit, a unique combination of OTA distortion and FET drive – a key sparkplug for the compact synthesizer’s powerful sound. Through the creative use of the Mixer Section (with expanded headroom), Ladder Filter, and Multidrive circuit, a wide range of classic analog colors and aggressive modern tones can be achieved.
Dial-up ground-shaking analog bass by stacking all 3 Oscillators in Unison Mode, or engage the new Duo Mode to split Oscillators 1 & 2, opening new doors of musicality by playing 2 different notes at once. Trigger the Subsequent 25’s analog sound engine any way you like – by integrating with other voltage controlled analog gear via 4 onboard CV inputs, by interfacing with your favorite DAW using DIN & USB MIDI, or go fully manual with the ultra playable fast-action keybed.
You can order Moog’s Subsequent 25 now for $849.
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