MATRIXSYNTH: Moog Multimoog Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 1473

Friday, July 24, 2020

Moog Multimoog Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 1473

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"The Multimoog was Moog's response to the ARP Pro Soloist, although a bit late to the game. It was part of a trio of synths that were known as the "Constellation", which included the Apollo (Polymoog), Lyra (Multimoog), and Taurus bass pedal synth. The Lyra eventually morphed into the Multimoog and was designed to sit nicely on top of the Polymoog case, matching the look of it, and interface with it through multiple jacks in the back. It was basically an expanded Micromoog, with an additional daughterboard for the second VCO and amazing touch sensitive keyboard effects that could be routed to sync, LFO, etc. It was the last Moog synth before Bob left the company. It is sort of like a Minimoog with aftertouch capabilities, but has a very unique sound. Check it out on Saga's Heads or Tails "Pitchman" (the bass sound), Telex (lots of tracks), Spyro Gyra (Access All Areas), as well as Kraftwerk's Model off of Man Machine (actually a Micromoog, but same sound)."

1 comment:

  1. Or Trouble Funk 'Drop The Bomb' with inverted Filter envelope


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