New Moog Synthesizer Keyboard Leaks (Sneak Preview)

Today, musician Andrew Huang shared several images of a new synthesizer from Moog Music.

There has not been an official announcement on the new Moog synth yet, but it appears that this is an ‘official leak’ or sneak preview, via Huang.

“Thanks, Moog Music, for giving me some early play time with it. Excited to share more when it launches,” notes Huang, adding, “I think people are gonna flip over this!”

The synth appears to be a new polyphonic synthesizer. It features a ‘Unison’ mode, which is used to create rich monophonic leads, by using multiple voices to play a single note.

The new Moog keyboard also features a Chord mode feature, as show in in the image below:

This will be the first new Moog synth hardware since their acquisition by InMusic, 8 months ago. Based on the complexity of the instrument, though, this was in the works well before InMusic took over.

There have been rumors over the last year about two possible new synths from Moog: the Moog Mirror and the Moog Labrynth. Both are names that the company has trademarked or is in the process of trademarking. Speculation about the Mirror has been that it would use software to ‘mirror’ earlier hardware products, and that the Labrynth would be a new synth in the Taurus family.

Check out the images and share your thoughts on the new Moog keyboard in the comments!

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