The GOASTT Covers Their Own “Devil You Know,” Moog Style

In the newest performance vid from the Moog Sound Lab, The Ghost of a Saber Tooth TIger (The GOASTT) covers their own song, “Devil You Know.”

Normally performed on guitars and other acoustical instruments, this Moog-y cover features Sean Lennon on a Moog Sub 37, with Charlotte Kemp Muhl playing the bassline on a Moog Sub Phatty. The singers’ voices are run through a pair of Moog 500 Series Analog Delays. In addition, Tim Kuhl does percussion with electronic drum triggers controlling 6x Minimoog Voyager RMEs, Robbie Mangano performs with an Electric Blue Minimoog Voyager, and finally, Jared Samuel rounds out the track with a second Sub 37.

Watch more Moog Sound Lab performances here, and hear more from The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger here.

Moog Intros Sub Phatty Synth For Visually Impaired Players


Moog has introduced a new synthesizer, designed for visually impaired players.

The Moog Sub Phatty with Braille Overlay is a standard Sub Phatty, but with a Braille overlay. This is the first synth that we’re aware of that’s designed to meet the needs of the visually impaired, so we followed up to Moog to find out more.

“The Braille overlay was inspired by Stevie Wonder,” explains Moog Brand Director Emmy Parker. “After we saw him at NAMM in 2013, we went home talking about the possibilities.” Continue reading

Moog Sub Phatty Meets Modular Sequencer

Here’s a quick demo, via AudioCentralMagazine, of the new Moog Sub Phatty used with a modular step sequencer:

The mighty analog Moog Sub Phatty Synthesizer is under control of Q960 Sequential Controller. As usual, Row A is for Pitch, Row B is for Filter opening. On this video, while sequence is running, there are tests for EGs snap, OSC reset under key Gate, fattyness of SubOsc, wild brutality of Multidrive distortion. Such a lovely, little analog machine.

The Q960 Sequential Controller is a modern recreation of Bob Moog’s classic 960 module.