Moog has announced that at Moogfest 2018, will reveal Grandmother, its new limited-edition semi-modular analog synth keyboard, with a ’60s and ’70s design.
Grandmother features a completely analog sound engine, dual oscillators, based on the Minimoog, classic Moog 4-Pole ladder filter, an extensive modulation section, and onboard spring reverb. Moreover, with the normalized internal routing, it can be played without any patch cables.
Let’s check all its features:
- 100% analog synthesizer with 32-note Fatar keybed
- Semi-modular design, requires no patching to play
- All normalized connections can be interrupted for full modularity
- Hardware Spring Reverb can be used to process external sounds
- 1/4” External audio input for guitars, drum machines, and more
- Easy to use Arpeggiator and Sequencer
- Store up to 3 sequences with up to 256 notes each
- 2 Analog Oscillators with selectable waveshape and hard sync
- Classic 4-Pole 10Hz-20kHz Ladder filter
- Patchable 1-Pole High Pass filter
- Analog ADSR Envelope Generator
- Analog LFO with audio-rate capabilities
- DIN MIDI In/Out/Thru and USB MIDI
- Patchable bipolar attenuator
- Works with Mother-32, DFAM, Eurorack modular systems and more
- 41 patch points with 21 inputs, 16 outputs and a Parallel-Wired 4-jack Mult
Moog hasn’t published official details on their site yet, but this new semi-modular analog synthesizer is set to be launched at Moogfest, taking place later this week, and it’ll cost $899, along with a bonus denim jacket.
Get a look at Moog’s new semi-modular analog synth below!