Moog unveiles new analogue synthesiser, in limited edition, called the SUBSEQUENT 37 CV.
It’s a redesign of the Sub 37 Tribute Edition, which was originally built to honour the legacy of company founder Bob Moog. It could run in mono or duo modes, had two modulation bussess and loopable envelopes, all of which feature in the SUBSEQUENT 37 CV. The main point of difference is increased connectivity, with four CV outputs and two assignable gate outputs added for integrating with Eurorack modular systems.
The signal path has also been upgraded. The mixer section boasts double the headroom of the Sub 37 while alterations to the gain-staging of the Ladder filter makes for added analogue saturation and compression. The keybed and headphone amplifier have also been upgraded. Each unit is hand built at Moog HQ.
Subsequent 37 CV will be limited to just 2000 pieces worldwide, with the first 125 available exclusively from Guitar Center and at the Moog Pop-Up Factory during this year’s Moogfest. It costs $1,799.