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The Moog, 2014 Model Sub 37 producer of squelchy bass lines and distorted expressive solos. Wikimedia Commons The classic sound many of us imagine when the word synthesiser is mentioned is the sound of the Moog the warm, solid propulsive groove of
TV , Ikonika's attempt at the production feat finds her crafting a synth-heavy slice of funky electro, which utilizes a Moog Little Phatty for its main melody and a MiniMoog plug-in for the bass, while the producer's Maschine provides the rhythms.
Portrait of American inventor Robert Moog sitting in front of his Moog synthesizer. Photo by Jack Robinson/Hulton Archive/Getty Images The butterflies-inducing bassline on Donna Summer's I Feel Love, the unmistakable melody wiggling through New Order'
Sub37, Moog 's new "paraphonic analog synthesizer" which is expected to see a release later this year. The Sonicstate website provides this comprehensive look at the Sub37 prototypeincluding its voice architecture similar to Moog's SubPhatty synth,
Swedish gear manufacturer Nord has introduced the Lead A1 , a new analog-modelling synthesizer. The Lead A1 is said to be built with Nord's "best-ever analog modeling"which "recreates a total analog signal path with uncanny realism and is capable of
But the brand has not forsaken those who prefer the flexibility and ease of use that virtual instruments bring, having recently unveiled its KeyLab series. Analog Lab softwarewhich includes 5,000 sounds from its various instrument emulationsand offer
This, it turns out, also means the return of the festival's DIY circuit bending competition, which this year offers Moogfest passes and a new analog synth to its three winning contestants. While the spectrum of circuit bending is a pretty wide open
To enter for a chance to win the coveted synthesizer, contestants simply need to subscribe to Point Blank's YouTube channel before midnight, October 7. After the cutoff, the winner of a random draw will be picked to receive the Sub Phatty synth along
Released in 2006 after Bob Moog's passing, the Little Phatty was actually the first synth whose design was overseen by the company's current Chief Engineer, Cyril Lance, and marked a large leap forward in Moog's attempt to seamlessly integrate
There was also an Ableton Live remix tutorial with techno veteran Troy Pierce, a new guide to building DIY analog synths, and a free found-sound sample pack, all of which will catch us up with the latest edition of This Week in Music Tech. Items &