Moog Sub 37: The Greatest Monosynth Ever?

Noir Et Blanc Vie's tribute edition      13/04/22

Moog's Sub 37 was released in 2014 off the built on the Sub Phatty synth engine. It's a 2-note paraphonic analog synthesizer - the first Moog synthesizer in over 30 years to play more than one note at a time. It's loaded with features as covered here by Noir Et Blanc Vie in his personal tribute to the synth:

Obviously I've had years and years of experience using the Moog Sub 37, it truly changed everything for me as far as live performance goes. I was so thankful when it was released, and now all these years later, yes, I personally think it's the best Analog synthesizer of all time. Sure I haven't used them all, but no one has...so if you disagree, duh, it's expected hahaha. That said, The Sub 37 is great for many many reasons, and even though it's been out for 8 years it will is a modern classic...IMHO. So maybe this video was simply made to say I LOVE YOU SUB 37.

More videos from Noir Et Blanc Vie here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIUATMnLtNo51kKuv95R1UQ

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.


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