In this video, Sonic State’s Nick Batt takes a look at the recently introduced Moog Mother 32 – a “vintage-voiced” semi-modular all-in-one analog synth that works equally well as a stand-alone instrument, or as part of a Eurorack modular synthesizer.
The Mother-32 module is a 100% analog instrument, and offers a one-knob-per-function interface, a voltage-controlled sequencer and a 32-point analog patch bay.
The Mother-32’s semi-modular design means that no patching is required. The 32-point patch bay, though, lets you patch the sections within the Mother-32 however you like, and provides access to an assignable CV output jack, MIDI-to-CV conversion, external audio input, a second voltage-controlled mixer, sync, and multiple unit expandability.
Check out the review and then share your thoughts on the Mother-32 in the comments!
Pricing and Availability
The Moog Mother-32 is available now, with a street price of US $599. More information is available at the Moog Music website.