Moog One 16 voice
 
ANALOG
DIGITAL
POLY
FILTERS
ENV
LFOs
EFFECTS
ARPEGG.
SEQ
TIMBRES
OUR RATING
USER RATING
3 OSC
NONE
16 Voice
2 Filters
3 Env.
3 LFOs
10 Eff.
Yes
64 Steps
3 Multi
NOT YET REVIEWED
NOT YET REVIEWED
 

Release Date: 2018
Price at Release Date: $8499.00
(Current price may differ)

Specifications
• 3 Analog Oscillator(s)
• 16 Voice Polyphony
• 3 Part Multi-Timbral
• 3 Envelopes
• 3 LFOs
• 2 Filters
• 10 Effects
• Arpeggiator
• 64 Step Sequencer
Please review the Moog One 16 voice


     
PROs
- 16 Voice polyphonic
- Multi-timbral. The Moog One is essentially three analog synths, that can each run a sequence, arpeggiator, effects, etc..
- Vast effects section
- Many knobs and button for immediate control

CONs
- Price. At $8499 at time of release. This is no ordinary synth of course, but I believe the Moog brand inflates the price by about 20% or more. At this price, you can buy two Behringer Deepmind 12, an Arturia MatrixBrute, and have enough left for a multi-track recording studio. This synth may attract collectors, or musicians who truly believe that today, Moogs sound better than anything else.
PROs

CONs


PROs
- 16 Voice polyphonic
- Multi-timbral. The Moog One is essentially three analog synths, that can each run a sequence, arpeggiator, effects, etc..
- Vast effects section
- Many knobs and button for immediate control

CONs
- Price. At $8499 at time of release. This is no ordinary synth of course, but I believe the Moog brand inflates the price by about 20% or more. At this price, you can buy two Behringer Deepmind 12, an Arturia MatrixBrute, and have enough left for a multi-track recording studio. This synth may attract collectors, or musicians who truly believe that today, Moogs sound better than anything else.