Moog’s new limited edition Matriarch is a powerful analog synth

Moog introduced a new synthesizer called Matriarch. The Matriarch is designed to be played in the field at Moogfest in Durham, North Carolina. Matriarch is a patchable semi-modular analog synthesizer that follows the footsteps of previous Moog releases, such as Mother-32 and Grandmother.

Matriarch offers patches to make a cool sound like any synthesizer, but if you want to dive, there are several types of synthesis modules that connect your fingertips directly over the 49 keys.

Moog has the same retro aesthetic as it tilts. As late as this series as well as other synthesizers such as Sirin (introduced at the NAMM show of the year). Obviously Matriarch's bits are based on Bob Moog's original circuit design: Minimoog oscillator, CP3 module mixer, 904A module filter, 911 module envelope, 902 module analog delay effect very similar to VCA and MF-104M and 500 series.

The Matriarch has four analog oscillators. You can operate in mono, duo, and quad harmonic modes, where you can operate the sound endlessly. A 256-step sequencer, arpeggiator, and oscillator can be stacked to create a "giant four-oscillator monosynth". The sound consists of a dual envelope generator, a full-range LFO, a stereo analog delay and a stereo VCA, with a total of 90 patch points on the front and back. Pitch bend and modular wheels, variable glide, CV output expression pedal and sustain pedal are also provided.

This can be used as a standalone instrument, but it will also be a front-end keyboard that extends the Eurorack modular system by bringing the source, which is also a processor for external sound.

When you visit Moog's website, there are plenty of sample sounds that show what Matriarch can produce. From the rich and shaky leads, I washed off the trails that were crispy, bass and plenty of space. If you want a complete Matriarch inundation, you have this wonderful 15 minute soundscape that has been lost.

More information about the Moog Matriarch is available on the company's website, and pre-order for $ 1,999 is also available. Summer of the year. Although it is a considerable price, you get a lot of your dollars. Moog plans to build 250 units.

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