Moog has launched its new semi-modular analog synth, Matriarch.
A mono, duo and four-note paraphonic follow-up to last year's monophonic Grandmother synth, the components of the high-end, 49-key instrument is based on classic Moog gear from across the past 55 years. As well as a 256-note sequencer, 90 patch points and four analog oscillators, it also boasts an arpeggiator and stereo analog delay.
It will be available to pre-order from April 30th, priced $1,999.
Check out this step sequencer made from Lego bricks.
Back in February, Moogfest announced the first wave of artists for its 15th-anniversary edition, which runs from April 25th to April 28th in Durham, North Carolina.
Earlier this year, Moog released a new, limited run synth called Sirin.
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