Moog's Upcoming Sub37 Synth Detailed in New 20-Minute Video
- Words: Glenn Jackson
Amidst the swell of continuing NAMM developments, a new video has surfaced detailing the features of the Sub37, Moog's new "paraphonic analog synthesizer" which is expected to see a release later this year. The Sonicstate website provides this comprehensive look at the Sub37 prototype—including its voice architecture similar to Moog's SubPhatty synth, its built-in arpgeggiator, and a host of new routing and modulation features. Furthermore, what Sub37's "paraphonic" quality actually is is explained in the 20-plus-minute video as well, which can be watched in full below.
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