Moog Sub 37 Upgrade To Subsequent 37

Moog has announced that it plans to offer Sub 37 owners an upgrade option for owners that would prefer the features of the recently introduced Subsequent 37:

We recently released the Subsequent 37, an updated version of an already wonderful instrument in the original Sub 37. We hope that you will continue to enjoy your Sub 37 in light of the new Subsequent 37 release, as they are both excellent tools for creative expression, each with their own sonic flavor.

If you feel that you would prefer the features of the Subsequent 37 over the features of your original Sub 37, we will be offering an upgrade option for existing Sub 37 owners (we’ll need a little time to get the parts together).

You can signup to receive an email once the full details are available. In the meantime, please continue to enjoy your Sub 37—it is a fantastic instrument on its own merit and will bring you countless hours of enjoyment.

via reader Reid Baty

17 thoughts on “Moog Sub 37 Upgrade To Subsequent 37

  1. Hardware update for a quote? That would be a nice move
    (I guess “parts” do not refers to a firmware update.)

    Sadly I’m in southamerica

    1. Not going to happen. This would really piss off all the people who paid extra for a limited edition Subsequent 37 CV. Think Moog even mentioned that the boards are so different that the original Sub can’t support the upgrade. You could always open it up and find out for yourself.

  2. +1 for a CV upgrade. Not a big fan of the aluminum/ silver aesthetics. Even more awesome would be a desktop version with full CV in and out.

    1. CV upgrade, from Moog, is physically impossible apparently. You could always try and DIY it yourself. Plus offering the CV upgrade would anger anyone who paid for the limited CV edition. And rightly so.

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