Moog Music Replace Sub 37 With Subsequent 37, Full Review

We go beyond the news that Moog Music have discontinued the modern classic Sub 37 analog synth and replaced it with the Subsequent 37 by providing a full video review of the Subsequent CV 37.

It wasn't a complete surprise when a couple of days ago Moog Music Inc. discontinued the popular Sub 37 analog synthesizer and replaced it with the Subsequent 37 and a higer model, Subsequent CV 37.

In fact, you might have already caught our full video review of the Subsequent CV 37 here.

So, it's goodbye to one modern classic synth and hello to an improved version. Here's brief details on the improvements.

In the spirit of continuous improvement, the award-winning Sub 37 Tribute Edition has been discontinued from production to make way for a new standard: The Subsequent 37. Implementing upgraded sonic modifications and functional enhancements, the Subsequent 37 features increased headroom in the mixer, a modified filter section, re-tuned MultiDrive circuit, high-powered headphone amplifier and an upgraded keybed. The new Subsequent 37 will be the standard production model moving forward.

Moog Subsequent 37

The Subsequent 37 is already shipping from the Moog Factory and is currently available through authorized Moog Dealers worldwide.

Moog Subsequent 37 & Subsequent CV 37 Features

Subsequent 37 CV        $1799

  • Custom aluminum aesthetic
  • Assignable CV & Gate outputs
  • 2x the headroom of original Sub 37
  • Modified Filter section
  • Re-tuned Multi-Drive circuit
  • High-powered headphone amplifier
  • Upgraded Keybed
  • Limited to 2,000 pieces worldwide

Subsequent 37         $1499

  • 2x the headroom of original Sub 37
  • Modified Filter section
  • Re-tuned Multi-Drive circuit
  • High-powered headphone amplifier
  • Upgraded Keybed
Read our review of the Subsequent CV 37: https://ask.audio/articles/review-moog-subsequent-37
Learn the original Moog Sub 37 inside out in this video course: https://ask.audio/academy?nleloc=course/1954/master-the-moog
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