Moog Subsequent 25 Analog Synthesizer

Whenever Moog releases a new synth it is a norm getting a little excited about it. And the Moog Subsequent 25 or Sub 25 is no exception. It is the successor to the Sub Phatty.

The new Moog Subsequent 25 is a two-note paraphonic analog synth paired with a 25-note keyboard, making it the most compact of Moog’s current crop of non-modular synths. It packs two oscillators, which are accompanied by an additional sub oscillator and noise generator. These can be used in two ways – Unison mode, in which the three oscillators are stacked, and the new Duo Mode, which is inherited from the Subsequent 37 and allowing users play two distinct notes with the individual oscillators.

In addition, the synth includes full MIDI implementation for the knob-per-function front panel, and a free editor/librarian application allowing users to save and recall an unlimited number of sounds. Other improvements inherited from the Subsequent range include reshaped gain staging for the ladder filter, increased headroom and improved keybed. The Multidrive circuit has been retuned as well, and according to Moog, this now extends far beyond the level of grittiness achievable from the Sub Phatty.

Other highlights of the Subsequent 25 include an input for processing external audio, CV inputs to control pitch, filter, volume and a gate trigger, plus a high-powered headphone amplifier.

The Sub 25 takes what made its predecessor such a powerful and aggressive tone monster and just goes bigger.

The Moog Subsequent 25 is available now.

Moog Subsequent 25 Analog Synthesizer

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  1. admin said

    am February 28 2020 @ 8:41 pm

    The instrument updates the Sub Phatty for modern studios.

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