At Moogfest 2018, Moog Music is introducing the Moog Grandmother – a semi-modular analog synth keyboard with a seriously retro vibe.
The Moog Grandmother Semi-Modular Synthesizer
The Grandmother is a semi-modular design. With normalized internal routing, you can play it without any patch cables. But, if you want to override default internal connections, the Grandmother offers 41 patch points, including 21 inputs, 16 outputs and a parallel-wired 4-jack multiple.
- 100% analog synthesizer with 32-note Fatar keybed
- Semi-modular design, requires no patching to play
- All normalized connections can be interrupted for full modularity
- Hardware Spring Reverb can be used to process external sounds
- 1/4” External audio input for guitars, drum machines, and more
- Easy to use Arpeggiator and Sequencer
- Store up to 3 sequences with up to 256 notes each
- 2 Analog Oscillators with selectable waveshape and hard sync
- Classic 4-Pole 10Hz-20kHz Ladder filter
- Patchable 1-Pole High Pass filter
- Analog ADSR Envelope Generator
- Analog LFO with audio-rate capabilities
- DIN MIDI In/Out/Thru and USB MIDI
- Patchable bipolar attenuator
- Works with Mother-32, DFAM, Eurorack modular systems and more
- 41 patch points with 21 inputs, 16 outputs and a Parallel-Wired 4-jack Mult
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Pricing and Availability
The Moog Grandmother will be available at Moogfest, priced at US $899. The first 500 units will be limited Moogfest editions and will come with a Moog denim jacket.