New Moog Poly A Reality - Moog One

8 or 16 voice $5999-$7999      01/10/18

New Moog Poly A Reality - Moog One

Rumours have been flying around on this for a whiles and goodness knows there's been many cries of the kind "release a new Memory Moog!" and it seems, if Sweetwater is to be a measure, that its exactly what Moog have done.

The Moog One is a high end  3 VCO per voice analog  three part multi-timbral poly synth. With 2 filters per voice, 4 LFOs, 3 DAHDSR envelopes, digital effects and more.

And yes its expensive, at least it costs a lot, whether its expensive for what you get is harder to discern. Moog clearly commands a premium price and if its of the sort of quality we have come to expect from then, then perhaps its worth the $$.

We understand the VCOs are newly designed with Tri/Saw/PW with a variable rise and fall of the Triangle wave and reset phase of the Sawtooth.

Sweetwater appear to be the first to get the scoop, even the Moog website has no details, but on initial look at the details, its pitched as a performance instrument with what seems like a Voyager style X/Y pad and premium Fatar keybed.

Specs (Via Sweetwater)

  • 8- or 16-voice polyphony
  • 3 VCOs per voice with waveshape mixing and OLED displays
  • Unison mode (up to 48 oscillators on the 16-voice instrument)
  • 2 filters per voice with filter mixing (2 multimode State Variable filters that function as a single filter, and a classic lowpass/highpass Moog Ladder filter)
  • 3 DAHDSR envelopes per voice with user-definable curves
  • 3-part multitimbrality
  • Separate sequencer and arpeggiator per timbre
  • Chord memory
  • Dual-source noise generator with dedicated envelope
  • Mixer with external audio input
  • Ring modulation with selectable routing
  • Oscillator FM and hard sync with selectable routing
  • 4 assignable LFOs
  • Premium 61-note Fatar TP-8S keybed with velocity and aftertouch
  • Assignable pressure-sensitive X/Y pad
  • Digital Effects (Synth and Master Bus)
  • Eventide reverbs
  • Selectable glide types
  • USB and DIN MIDI
  • Save, categorize, and recall tens of thousands of presets
  • Create Performance Sets that make up to 64 presets accessible at the push of a button
  • 2 x ¼" stereo headphone outputs
  • 2 pairs of assignable ¼" outputs (supports TRS and TS)
  • 4 x ¼" hardware inserts (TRS)
  • 1 x ¼" external audio input (line-level)
  • 1 XLR + ¼" TRS combo external audio input with trim knob
  • 9 assignable CV/GATE I/O (5-in/4-out)
  • USB drive support for system and preset backup
  • LAN port for future expansion

Priced at $5999 for the 8 voice and $7999 for the 16 voice

See the Sweetwater pages

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