DFAM (DRUMMER FROM ANOTHER MOTHER)

Moog Music introduces the Drummer From Another Mother (DFAM), the first addition to the Mother eco-system of semi-modular analog synthesizers. DFAM is an original electronic instrument for the exploration of new concepts in rhythm and resonance.

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DFAM (Drummer From Another Mother)

DFAM is the first addition to the Mother ecosystem of synthesizers and presents an expressive hands-on approach to percussive pattern creation. It requires no patching, and absolutely no experience is needed for human-beings of any age to quickly begin synthesizing new and unique rhythmic compositions.

SOUND ENGINE: Analog


ANALOG SEQUENCER: 8-Steps With Pitch and Velocity Per-Step


SEQUENCER PANEL CONTROLS: Tempo, Run/Stop, Trigger, Advance


SOUND SOURCES: 2 Oscillators With Square and Triangle Waveforms, 1 White Noise Generator, 1 External Audio Input


FREQUENCY CONTROL: +/- 5 Octaves (10 Octave Range)


MIXER: Level controls for Oscillator 1, Oscillator 2 and White Noise/External Audio Input


FILTER: 20Hz-20KHz Switchable Low Pass / High Pass 4-Pole Transistor Ladder Filter


ENVELOPES: VCO EG w/ Voltage Controlled Decay and Bipolar Amount Control, VCF EG w/ Voltage Controlled Decay and Bipolar Amount Control, VCA EG w/ Voltage Controlled Decay and Selectable Fast/Slow Attack Time


PATCHBAY: 24x 3.5mm Jacks


PATCHBAY INPUTS: Trigger, VCA CV, Velocity, VCA Decay, External Audio, VCF Decay, Noise Level, VCO Decay, VCF Mod, VCO 1 CV, 1→2 FM Amount, VCO 2 CV, Tempo, Run/Stop, Advance/Clock.


PATCHBAY OUTPUTS: VCA, VCA EG, VCF EG, VCO EG, VCO 1, VCO 2, Trigger, Velocity, Pitch.


AUDIO OUTPUT: ¼” TS Line / ¼” TRS Headphones (Shared Output Jack)


INCLUDED POWER SUPPLY: 100-240VAC; 50-60Hz, +12VDC 1200mA


POWER CONSUMPTION: 3.0W


EURORACK CURRENT DRAW: 230mA (+12V – from 10-pin header)


EURORACK MOUNTING DIMENSIONS: 60HP (1”/26mm Module Depth)


WEIGHT: 3.5lbs


DIMENSIONS: 12.57”W x 4.21“H (with knobs) x 5.24“D

Specifications Subject To Change Without Notice


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Subsequent 37: Step-Sequencer Strategies

Discover the creative possibilities of the Subsequent 37's sequencer in step-edit mode. Today's video release from the Moog Demo Library illuminates the fundamental functions and expanded operations that will open new portals of expression.

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