A Good Look At The Moog Subharmonicon

Loopop gets his hands on one      24/05/18

After Moogfest at the weekend, the newly anouced Moog Subharmonicon which was made available in small numbers to the VIP engineers has now begun to make its way into the wild.

Synth Youtuber Loopop is one of the lucky ones to get his hands on the new machine (he attended the workshop sessions and built it with his own hands) and gives us an excellent insight into the structure and workings of the synth thats described as inspired buy the Trautonium and thr Rhythmicon.

With two VCOs, each with two subharmonic generators with 15 selectable harmonic (and subharmonic) divisions, you can create some lovely layered sounds.

Its not clear as to whether this will become a production run synth.

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