Moog Music shared this video demo of their new Mother 32 semi-modular analog synthesizer.
The Mother 32 synth can be used unpatched as synth module, as a stand-along semi-modular synth, or as a part of a Eurorack modular synth. These demos explore the possibilities of using three Mother 32 synths together and in combination with other Eurorack modules.
In June, Moog Music traveled to Arcosanti urban laboratory to take part in FORM, a three day ‘happening’, curated by Hundred Waters. With three Mother-32 prototypes on-hand, visiting artists Kyle Dixon and M. Geddes Gengras created soundscapes in the landscape of Arizona’s high desert.
In the video, Gengras uses a discrete Mother-32 and Minifooger Analog Delay to experiment with FM applications and LFO modulation routings. Dixon integrates a pair of Mother-32s and a duo of Minifooger delays with his personal Eurorack case, using the 4ms QCD to clock each of the Mother’s sequencers independently.
The Mother 32 has a street price of $599. See the Moog site for more information.