So, unless you've been living under a rock somewhere for the past few weeks you'll know that Moogfest is coming soon - where, like the last two years, a Moog Engineer pass will give you access to join a workshop to build a unique Moog synthesizer. Last year's DFAM has become a commercially available drum synth in the vein of the Mother-32.
This year you can build the Subharmonicon. It's a brand new electronic instrument inspired by the Trautonium, the Rythmicon and the Schillinger System. It is a semi-modular harmonic kaleidoscope that divides into itself until everything that is up becomes down.
And here's the first video demo of the prototype in action:
Sounds good, doesn't it?!
Here's the early panel concept (some layout could still change) for the Subharmonicon:
If you want to build your own Subharmonium you'll need to purchase an Engineer Pass to Moogfest and build your own there next month in Durham, NC.