After months of teasing and rumors, Moog has finally released its first polyphonic hardware synthesizer in over three decades: the Moog One, is offered in eight- or 16-voice options. According to Moog, the Moog One is a “programmable multi-timbral with FM, analog synth featuring an intuitive tactile interface that transcends the boundary between instrument and artist, allowing you to achieve your musical goals unimpeded.”
Moog’s classic ladder filter is included alongside a variable filter that can be used in parallel or series. There’s four LFOs, three envelopes and an analogue mixer for balancing all the audio source. FX are purely digital and include Eventide reverbs, while presets and performance settings can be saved and recalled to USB. There’s also an audio input for processing external sounds. Players get a whopping 73 knobs, 144 buttons, and pressure-sensitive X/Y pad, with additional parameters accessible via the central LCD panel. There are a host of ins and outs for CV and gate signals, as well as four inputs for connecting external processors.
The eight-voice and 16-voice Moog One are both available now, for $5,999 USD and $7,999 USD, respectively.
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