If you didn't already want a Moog Subsequent 37 CV synthesizer (announced just two days ago) then this video from Moog Music will probably change your mind.
If you do any music via modular and eurorack systems the Subsequent 37 CV will appeal thanks to its 4 CV and 2 Gate outputs which are freely assignable and can be saved as presets.
This limited edition SUB 37 has 125 being built at Moogfest and 2000 available in total world-wide. But, if you need to keep you bank account in the black or have a case of GAS (gear acquisition syndrome), please don't watch this video below:
And here's a second video on the Moog Subsequent 37 CV Tribute edition from Guitar Center:
"Anchored by a pair of solid aluminum side pieces inset with North American hardwood and affixed to a rugged steel and aluminum enclosure, it features four assignable CV outputs and two assignable Gate outputs for interconnectivity with large-format and Eurorack modular systems, an upgraded keybed for improved playability, a high-powered headphone amplifier for live-monitoring, and a modified analog signal path."
Moog Subsequent 37 CV Features
- Perform in Mono or Duo modes
- 37-note velocity sensitive keyboard with aftertouch
- 2 modulation busses with assignable source and destinations
- DAHDSR (Delay, Attack, Hold, Decay, Sustain, Release) looping envelopes with sync
- 256 presets - 16 banks of 16 patches
- Syncable arpeggiator and step sequencer
- Classic Moog Ladder Filter with resonance, Multidrive, and selectable filter slopes
Price: £1,432 GBP / $1,799 USD
Watch: More on the Moog Sub 37.