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  • Moog Sub Phatty

    Moog just released a new toy.  The Sub Phatty:

     

    Moog Sub Phatty

    Here are a few sound demos:

    Sub Phatty Demos on Soundcloud

    And videos:

     

     

     

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  • #2

    From what I can tell it doesn't look like you can store patches

    <div class="signaturecontainer"><i>Formerly known as sausagefoot.</i></div>

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    • Bernard
      Bernard commented
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      Sad Darwin wrote:

      From what I can tell it doesn't look like you can store patches


      It can store 16 Patches

       

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  • #3

    This gets a big "MEH" from me... Another monophonic analog synth from Moog.  Next will come the Slim Sub Phatty (or the Sub Slim Phatty?).  If it was a full-sized 8-voice poly sub phatty for somewhere between $3k and $4k then I would be much more interested and very possibly inspired enough to sell off some other gear to buy one.  

     

     

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    G.H. Hardy in A Mathematician's Apology (London 1941).</font></font></div>

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    • musiclvr
      musiclvr commented
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      I'm getting very interested in this. My first synth was a Moog Rogue, and I loved it. Had to sell it to "upgrade" to other things. I've been thinking about getting one again, but they are expensive these days for what they are and 30 years old. I can't justify a Minimoog, and considered the Phatty until I realized it didn't have a noise generator! Silly thing to leave out -- so useful. This fixes that shortcoming very nicely and for $500 less.  Only downside is 25 keys, but I'd cope.


  • #4

    Hmm, I kinda want this.  Really it's kind of what I wanted the Little Phatty to be originally (specifically the forest o' knobs and the audio noise generator.)

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