The Subharmonicon was originally introduced as a limited run synth, only available to Engineering attendees at Moogfest 2018. It follow the popular Mother-32 format, working as a standalone synth or as part of a Eurorack system.
Moog says that the Subharmonicon is inspired by the Trautonium, the Rythmicon, and the Schillinger System. The describe the new synth as ‘a semi-modular harmonic kaleidoscope that divides into itself until everything that is up becomes down’.
No official announcement about a broader release has been made.
The photos, if legit, show a Subharmonicon with an updated layout, along with a black and white panel, matching Moog’s previously released Mother-32 and DFAM synths.
Here’s a look at the original panel:
For an example of the rare synth in action, see the loopop Subharmonicon review and demo.
Pricing and Availability
Information on pricing and availability an a general release of the Moog Subharmonicon is to be announced.
Photo: Zachary King (Atlas)