Moog has unveiled their first new polyphonic analog synth in 35 years, Moog One. Hailed by the company as an instrument with "nearly unlimited sonic potential", Moog tapped a number of highly-regarded synth charmers to demonstrate the Moog One's power in a 20-minute promotional video.
Featuring the likes of Paris Strother, Dev Hynes, Mark Ronson, Mike Dean, Suzanne Ciani, Jeff Bhasker, Chick Corea, Robert Glasper, Dick Hyman, Dr. Lonnie Smith and DEVO member Mark Mothersbaugh, the video shows each of these lauded artists express their excitement about the new product while showing off the endless creative freedom that it carries.
Available as both an eight-voice and 16-voice, the instrument is loaded with extensive modulation and effects processing, professional reverbs and has the ability to simultaneously host three different synths on the same keyboard.
The eight-voice model is priced at $5,999 and the 16-voice synth at $7,999.
Learn more about Moog One by visiting Moog's newly revamped website here
Watch the video and view pictures of the Moog One below.
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