The Moog Sound Studio kits give you everything you need


Moog Music has introduced the Moog Sound Studio, which it is calling “a new semi-modular synthesizer experience”. Designed as a gateway into the world of modular, this combines a pair of Moog instruments and everything you need to start making music with them.


The lavish Moog Sound Studio kits could bring modular synthesis to the masses, just add headphones and that is all you need.


The two new beautiful bundles give you everything you need. There are actually two Sound Studios to choose from- one contains Moog’s Mother-32 patchable analogue synth and DFAM percussion synth, while another includes the more experimental Subharmonicon polyrhythmic synth and DFAM. Which one you choose will depend on the kind of experience you want to have.


In addition, each Moog Sound Studio kits also contains an audio mixer and power distribution hub, a two-tier rack mount kit,  patch cables and a patch cable organizer, guided exercises and patch book, educational materials, games to encourage experimentation, and custom artwork.


Moog Music also says that the Sound Studio concept was inspired by seeing people playing and learning with its gear at public events. It’s also a response to public feedback.


Moog Music has released a 7-track EP, Explorations in Analog Synthesis, on SoundCloud and Bandcamp. Each track was created using one of the two Moog Sound Studio combinations, and artists featured include Bonobo, Peter Cottontale, Julianna Barwick, Dan Deacon, Madame Gandhi, Martial Canterel and Ela Minus, in order to showcase how capable are these packages.


And each bundle also comes with its own custom artwork that is designed to bring the world of analogue synthesizers to life. This comes from Jim Stoten (Mother-32 & DFAM) and Philip Lindeman (Subharmonicon & DFAM), and includes characters, posters, and other interactive objects.


The Moog Sound Studio kits are available.


Mother-32 & DFAM costs $1,399

Subharmonicon & DFAM costs $1,449


Find out more on Moog Music website.




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