Moog is set to debut the Grandmother analog synth at Moogfest 2018. With a semi-modular design and keyboard, it’s designed for instant performance, with scope to dive deep into custom patching.
The Grandmother is Moog’s new analog synth. It’s ready to play straight out of the box, but its semi-modular design also invites you to explore your own sounds.
The synth has normalised internal routing, meaning that it can be played without any additional patch cabling. By plugging into any of its 41 patch points, you can override the default routings to create custom sounds.
One feature in particular that enhances the Grandmother’s versatility is the external audio input – meaning that the classic ladder filter can be accessed by other instruments.
You can store up to 3 sequences with 256 notes each and there’s also a built in spring reverb (which can process external sounds as well).
The Grandmother will debut at Moogfest and retail for US$899.