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+ It sounds wonderful and it’s beautifully built and designed
+ Though complex, it’s surprisingly intuitive and the patchability allows for full modular exploration
+ Can cover all manner of classic analog and futuristic/spacey tones


- It’s not cheap(but you’re essentially getting a self-contained Moog modular)
- The colorful panel might not be to everyone’s tastes (but it is very practical)
- No presets means once your sound is gone, it’s gone forever!

Moog is still the most well-recognised name in synthesis, some 67 years after launching. The company has gone from strength to strength since it launched the Voyager in 2002 (which is now regarded as a modern classic). Following on from the Voyager came the Little Phatty (the last synth design Bob had a direct hand in before his death), the Sub and Subsequent range, the

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