MATRIXSYNTH: Moog Triple Threat: Subharmonicon, DFAM, and Mother 32

Thursday, July 09, 2020

Moog Triple Threat: Subharmonicon, DFAM, and Mother 32

Patchwerks Seattle

"In this video Nick Bigelow of Patchwerks performs on the Subharmonicon, DFAM, and the Mother 32. Enjoy the hard hitting drums from the DFAM, polyrhythmic melodies of the Subharmonicon, and sultry synth lines from the Mother 32!

From Moog:
'Subharmonicon is a semi-modular polyrhythmic analog synthesizer that employs a 6-tone sound engine and multi-layered sequencers to explore the world of subharmonics, polyrhythms, and the unique relationships they create.

Subharmonicon’s characteristic sound starts with two analog VCOs and four Subharmonic Oscillators for a total of six powerful sound sources. Each subharmonic tone is mathematically derived from one of the two main VCOs, giving the resulting chord shapes a beautifully coherent quality. Onboard quantization lets you dial in perfect intervals every time with selections for multiple tuning systems. Choose from contemporary Equal Temperament settings, the heavenly intervals of Just Intonation, or the unlimited freedom of no quantization at all.

Animating Subharmonicon’s distinctive chord shapes is done through a polyrhythmic pair of 4-Step Sequencers. Each sequencer is clocked by any or all of four Rhythm Generators that output mathematical divisions of the master tempo. Layer multiple Rhythm Generators on top of each other to create complex polyrhythms and discover inspiring new patterns and styles. Delve into Subharmonicon’s dual Envelope Generators, Moog Ladder Filter, and analog VCA to call up dynamic articulations ranging from lush pads and blurred edges to percussive plosives and ritualistic rhythms.'

Order the Moog Subharmonicon here:
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Video by: Matthew Piecora (aka EZBOT)"

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