5 Awesome Features of the Moog Subharmonicon
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The new Subharmonicon from Moog is a semi-modular polyrhythmic analog synthesizer. With the Subharmonicon you can dive into a world of sound discovery using polyrhythms, subharmonics, and the Subhamonicon’s 6-tone sound engine.
- Six Sound Resources – Subharmonicon includes two analog VCOs and four subharmonic oscillators for an awesome six sound sources! The subharmonic tones can create beautiful chord shapes derived from one of the two main VCOs.
- Different Tuning Systems – Dialing in intervals is easy using the onboard quantizers. These can be set to either equal temperament or just intonation. You can also feel free to use no quantization.
- Two Step Sequencers – Create complex polyrhythms by layering these two four-step sequencers. Based on mathematical divisions of the master tempo each sequencer is clocked by any or all of the four rhythm generators. This results in endless rhythmic possibilities.
- Dual Envelope Generators, Moog Ladder Filter, analog VCA – Shape your tones with even more tools. Create everything from lush pads to percussive rhythmical notes.
- Expandable – The Subharmonicon is semi-modular. It includes a 32-point 3.5mm patchbay. This patchbay can be patched into itself to expand Subharmonicon’s onboard capabilities, or it can be interfaced with the Moog Mother-32, Moog DFAM, and other Eurorack compatible gear.
Losing yourself in sonic landscapes is easily obtainable with the Moog Subharmonicon. This synthesizer is versatile and expandable. Start creating today with endless possibilities.