This video takes a look at the Moog Multimoog – a vintage monophonic synthesizer that offers dual-oscillator architecture.
It also offers some fairly unique features for a monosynth, including a ribbon controller, sample and hold and aftertouch.
If you’ve used the Multimoog, leave a comment and let us know what you think of this vintage monosynth!
I played the Multimoog with reverb effects from a Lexicon MPX-500 and delay effects from a Roland DEP-5.
The Multimoog is a highly versatile analog monophonic synthesizer. It is basically an extended version of the Micromoog, which came out 3 years before. It features a ribbon controller and a touch sensitive keyboard. It has many interesting modulation routings and has a powerful, analog sound.
The Multimoog has 2 VCOs and a suboscillator. The filter can be modulated by the oscillator B in different ways. It has oscillator sync, noise generator, sample & hold, mixable oscillator waveforms, pulse width modulation, the 24 dB Moog filter and two envelopes. It has all interfacing you would expect from a good monophonic synth: CV / Gate IN and OUT, EXTERNAL SIGNAL IN, VCF IN. You can even play a Moog modular system from the Micromoog keyboard.