Ear candy from the very first Anisotropic Synth Engine, by Moog!
During a recent visit to the Moog Factory, Professor Herb Deutsch, synth pioneer and collaborator of Bob Moog, gave an impromptu discussion on the evolution of the Minimoog.
Follow the life of the Minimoog Synthesizer from its inception through its prolific contributions to poplular music throughout the last 4 decades.
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"I opened my mind up and the idea came through me"
"I think it comes from out there, and comes through me into the instrument, and then the music comes through you and the instrument and then out."
"Why do you feel at one with your musical instrument? Why do you feel that it is an extension of your hands? There is something going on that is more than just the way the instrument feels and sounds."
"No machine can do what I'm doing with my hands."
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Sub Phatty | MULTIDRIVE
In this video we demonstrate the power and versatility of one knob per function synthesis. Watch and listen as the track evolves and changes in response to every touch.
The Sub Phatty is the first analog synth to feature Moog’s transformative new Multidrive section; at low settings Multidrive adds warmth and girth, but when pushed, it delivers a screaming snarl that is highly reactive to resonance, waveshape, and oscillator level. Experiment with this new circuit and unlock an undiscovered world of vivid analog tonalities.