If you happen to be lucky enough (!) to live in Birmingham or it’s environs, then you should get to the Music Live show at the NEC, 6th-8th November (this weekend) where Source Distribution will be giving away a cool MOOG synthesiser. This is a keyboard as versatile in the studio as it is on stage, and worth more than £1k: “Moog Music is proud to introduce the Little Phatty Stage II; the newest member of the Little Phatty family. Like the Stage and Tribute Edition before it, the Little Phatty Stage II puts the performer in control of a 100% analog signal path, two ultra stable Voltage Controlled Oscillators, a Voltage Controlled Filter and other versatile features like an external audio input, CV and KB gate inputs and a full MIDI controller.” Then you can make lots of lovely tunes on it to upload to our music distribution service!
The new piece of kit features an assignable touch strip and 16 pressure and velocity sensitive pads with aftertouch.
The Moog Sound Studio includes the Mother -32, DFAM, and Subharmonicon.