Moog to launch first polysynth in 30+ years

Moog seems to shut a 30-year hole in its polyphonic synthesizer launch historical past the introduction of Moog One, a brand new mannequin that can make its market debut in two separate eight- and 16-voice variations. Moog One will supply purchasers use of three completely different VCOs, and can moreover allow musicians to interact three synths directly to separate, stack, and layer the synths throughout Moog One’s 61-key Fatar keyboard. The Moog One is just like Moog’s 2015 Voyager in that the Moog One will even embrace a strain delicate X/Y pad, CV ins and outs, and gate alerts.

The Moog One will mark Moog’s return to polyphonic instrument manufacturing. After releasing the Voyager in 2015, Moog manufactured a collection of semi-modular synths, together with the DFAM and the Grandmother. Although Moog One has but to announce an official arrival date for the polysynth, the eight-voice model will retail for $5,999, whereas the 16-voice version will promote for $7,999.

H/T: Resident Advisor