Ryuichi Sakamoto and Suzanne Ciani display Moog’s gorgeous new instrument.
Moog’s first polysynth in over three a long time goes to be costly, sure, however that doesn’t imply we are able to’t dream.
Today (October eight), Moog shared the primary footage the $5,999/$7,999 synthesizer in a brief movie that includes Suzanne Ciani, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Dev Hynes, Lonnie Smith, Robert Glasper, Paris Strother, Mike Dean, Mark Ronson and Jeff Bhasker.
The analog Moog One is available in two flavors – eight-voice and 16-voice. Each voice is made up three VCOs, and two impartial analog filters, whereas an in depth set onboard results permit for what Moog describes as “deeply layered, evolving soundscapes”.
Moog additionally relaunched its web site at this time with an ongoing livestream that can present the manufacturing course of on the Moog Factory in Asheville, NC day-after-day throughout enterprise hours. The new web site additionally has a stay chat perform that permits the general public to converse with all kinds Moog workers, from engineers to retail.
In a press launch, Moog says that these new capabilities are an extension firm founder Bob Moog’s philosophy, which was to construct instruments for artists to realize their artistic imaginative and prescient – one thing that Moog believes it will probably do higher with their enter. Watch the livestream beneath.
Moog can also be holding a AMA at 11am EST / 8am PST at this time with Moog Product Design Engineer Amos Gaynes, the place anybody may have the possibility to ask questions on the brand new Moog One.
The Moog One is one a number of new merchandise from Moog this yr, together with a percussion synth referred to as Drummer From Another Mother, a semi-modular synth, Grandmother, and an iOS model its basic Model D instrument.
Last yr, FACT visited the Moog manufacturing unit to learn how the corporate’s much-loved synthesizers are made – learn the characteristic right here, and watch Mike Dean jamming on Moog’s latest DFAM synth beneath.
Find out extra in regards to the Moog One on the Moog web site.
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