A GForceSoftwareTV feature on the legendary Minimoog Synthesizer.
Via GForce TV
In the video, Nick Batt of Sonic State talks with Moog Music’s Amos Gaynes about the new synth, which is based on the Moog Sub Phatty, but with some new features, too:
We got a sneak look at a prototype of the just announced Moog Sub 37- a two oscillator paraphonic synth with a very similar voice architecture to the Sub Phatty from last year.
What makes this different also is the fact that it has more front panel functions and status indicators than the Sub Phatty making it a more programmable and intuitive synth to use. There’s a lot of routing and modulation features which take it to a new level.
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