Moog Music today announced the Subsequent 37 CV, a variant of the Sub 37 that adds new assignable control voltage patch points for modular connectivity, an improved keybed and an updated mixer.
“We are really excited to incorporate community feedback into the evolution of an instrument. Adding CV interconnectivity was the starting point,” says Moog Chief Engineer Cyril Lance, “but we have also increased the headroom in the mixer and significantly extended the range of Multidrive, giving the Subsequent 37 CV expanded sonic capability and modular control.”
The Moog Subsequent 37 CV offers four assignable CV outputs and two assignable Gate outputs for interconnectivity with large-format and Eurorack modular systems, an upgraded keybed for improved playability, a high-powered headphone amplifier, and a modified analog signal path.
The Subsequent 37 CV’s mixer now has double the headroom of the Sub 37 Tribute Edition. The gain-staging of the Ladder filter has also been reshaped to boost harmonic saturation and analog compression. Finally, the Multidrive circuit has been updated to extend beyond ‘the grit and growl of the original Sub 37’.
- Sound engine evolution – greater sonic dimension
- More multidrive – wider range and dirtier than ever before
- Room for two – more headroom means duo mode sounds better
- 6 assignable outputs – modular connectivity with 4x cv outs and 2x gate outs
- Upgraded keybed – lightweight with swift action, velocity and aftertouch
- High-power headphone amp – makes it easier to cue up sounds in loud of venues.
Here’s the official intro video:
Pricing and Availability
Subsequent 37 CV production will be limited to 2000 pieces. The first 125 units will be available for $1,799 through Guitar Center and on-site at the Moog Pop-Up Factory during Moogfest 2017, May 18-21. See the Moog site for details.