If you haven’t got an email yet from Moog, it’s probably because you haven’t bought or haven't registered your Moog Sub 37. (Shame on you ;)
Now, one of the only (read: the only) complaint we’ve come across with the Sub 37 since its release is the lack of a dedicated editor for creating user patches. And this Sub 37 Editor is going to squash all the complainers.
The Sub 37 Editor / Librarian is an incredibly detailed companion software for the hardware synth and can be used as a standalone app or as a plug-in in your DAW.
Want to learn more about the Sub 37? This dedicated course in The Ask.Audio Academy is well worth a watch.
Here’s some screenshots of the standalone Sub 37 editor, followed by what Moog Music have told us.
OK. Back to the Sub 37 hardware synth editor. Here’s what Moog Music said in their emails:
“The Sub 37 Editor, a digital software-companion to the Moog Sub 37 Analog Synthesizer, is now available to registered owners as a free download.
“Operating as a Plugin or Standalone software (VST, AU, RTAS, and AAX Compatible), the editor delivers immediate access to the Sub 37’s hardware parameters, while also serving as a bridge between the Sub 37’s analog circuits and contemporary digital audio environments.
“Diving deeper into the Sub 37's sound design capabilities, the editor contains over 250 new presets, including four banks from the sonic alchemists at Trash Audio. Alessandro Cortini, Surachai Sutthisasanakul, Justin McGrath, and Richard Devine explore the Sub 37's inter-modularity, offering artists a unique collection of experimental patches within this complex analog instrument.”
Here is the link to download the Moog Sub 37 editor and latest firmware: http://moogmusic.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=66ca69d70dceab5be9897856d&id=49230b118d&e=8231777874
Learn the Moog Sub 37 synth in The Ask.Audio Academy here.
Official details on Moog Sub 37 here.