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Moog One. The Polyphonic. #2950802 10/01/18 04:20 AM
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16 voice or 8 voice.
Tri-timbral (each with sequencer/arp)
3 new VCO (waveshaping)
2 independent filters: state-variable and Moog ladder
Dual analog variable noise
4 LFO, 3 EG (DAHDSR)
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Digital fx, true bypass
Preset capacity: tens of thousands. “Snapshot” button. Buttons for 64 user-assignable presents.
217 knobs & buttons, touchpad.
45lbs
$8k or $6k

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Are you basing this on a newer source than what made the rounds six months ago?

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A fairly long time ago Moog asked me to be part of a panel of synth players, composers, sound designers, etc. They sent out a detailed survey and we could dream up our ultimate poly. When I read the specs of the One I felt as though they took the survey very seriously. I can't wait. This is gonna be a bad muthuhfluffer.



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Re: Moog One. [Re: dsetto] #2950815 10/01/18 07:37 AM
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unbelievable ... can´t wait !

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Lovely. love Props to our friends at Asheville. So much like a Memory Moog ....



Hope it has the ability to drift musically when needed, like it's forbear .

Re: Moog One. [Re: analogika] #2950820 10/01/18 08:21 AM
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Originally Posted By: analogika
Are you basing this on a newer source than what made the rounds six months ago?


https://www.synthtopia.com/content/2018/10/01/moog-one-polyphonic-synthesizer-now-available/

Re: Moog One. [Re: Radagast] #2950840 10/01/18 10:43 AM
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Damn. A wave of pure, animal lust just washed over me, the likes of which I haven't felt since I was a 12 year old opening my first Playboy.


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I'll believe it when the MOOG ONE subforum is created on the Moog Music forums.

Re: Moog One. [Re: The Real MC] #2950846 10/01/18 11:32 AM
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Leaked pics here. It's so purdy love love love

Hopefully this leads to a more affordable $2-3K monotimbral 6 voice poly at some point.


Re: Moog One. [Re: RichieP_MechE] #2950847 10/01/18 11:43 AM
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Can't wait to play Jump on it at Chucks

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This is great news and before the whiners start crying about prices, look at Modal or Studio Electronics and notice how Moog found a niche spot.
Sub Oscillator as a 3rd Oscillator only gets you so fat.
This is the TRUE 3 Oscillator synth with a split 8 voice configuration that can rule.

This will be a new powerful version of an OBX-a but with Triple Oscillators.
I’m in if a rack becomes available.
I knew eventually someone would surpass my Code 8.
I’ve made some great layers on my Code. Using the Sub and transpose I get a real fat psuedo 3 Oscillator punch with 4 voices, followed by a slower attack with deeper detune.
3 x 5 Voice layers can be used on the Moog all with different attack transients for some punch and motion.

One of yuze guys break down and buy one so we can hear all about its depth.


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Re: Moog One. [Re: dsetto] #2950855 10/01/18 12:20 PM
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I remember a few years ago here, people were saying there would never be another polyphonic Moog. Hmmmmm. w00t



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Originally Posted By: hardware
Sub Oscillator as a 3rd Oscillator only gets you so fat.


This is the best ambiguous "might be a typo, might not" phrase I've seen in ages. And it's true either way!

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Originally Posted By: Josh Paxton
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Sub Oscillator as a 3rd Oscillator only gets you so fat.


This is the best ambiguous "might be a typo, might not" phrase I've seen in ages. And it's true either way!


I think he really meant fat. We should take bets.


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Originally Posted By: hardware
One of yuze guys break down and buy one so we can hear all about its depth.


there are guys (maybe gals, IDK) on this forum that saw/heard it already but were under a NDA. Maybe they might chime in here now. smile


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My gear lust for this is overwhelming.
See you in the for sale section.


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Originally Posted By: Josh Paxton
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Sub Oscillator as a 3rd Oscillator only gets you so fat.


This is the best ambiguous "might be a typo, might not" phrase I've seen in ages. And it's true either way!


It does ring of truth either way.
I’m accustomed to 3 Osc monophonic and 2 Osc with a Sub.
I’m always having to work around the tone or octave of that Sub when seeking fatness.
On a 3 Osc there is no seek, fatness is built in...


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Re: Moog One. [Re: dsetto] #2950872 10/01/18 01:25 PM
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Welp. One can dream. Looks beautiful.


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It fulfills the possibility raised by the 61-key XL chassis. And seems like a solid response to “Moog polyphonic?”. I hope it has a long run.

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The new one loses some functionality.

The original could be used to heat your house in the winter.

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Originally Posted By: hardware


This will be a new powerful version of an OBX-a but with Triple Oscillators.



I figured I wasn't the only one who noticed the state-variable filter.

Re: Moog One. [Re: CEB] #2950889 10/01/18 02:38 PM
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I want to hear about how the circuitry is laid out. Surely they can't stuff 16 voices of discrete voice cards in there without significant heat.

So - discrete? thru-hole? SMT? Integrated chips?


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Originally Posted By: GovernorSilver
I figured I wasn't the only one who noticed the state-variable filter.


Moog One features two kinds of analog filters —a newly designed multimode State Variable filter for surgical precision and the legendary Moog Ladder filter with selectable 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-pole lowpass/highpass modes. Between them, the two filters can process sounds — individually or together, in series or in parallel — to deliver a colorful spectrum of vintage, contemporary, and futuristic filter sounds.

Good heavens Sweetwater will start shipping this month! And I'm at the time of my life when I can actually afford it. I'm not sure I'm gonna be able to resist...

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Originally Posted By: matted stump
I want to hear about how the circuitry is laid out. Surely they can't stuff 16 voices of discrete voice cards in there without significant heat.

So - discrete? thru-hole? SMT? Integrated chips?


There is hope .... Maybe it can heat my house. Its gonna be cold soon.

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Re: Moog One. [Re: hardware] #2950893 10/01/18 02:49 PM
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I’m in if a rack becomes available.

I may not be able to wait that long. Also, I may not be able to afford it anyway. But considering the cost of an 8-Voice vs a Studio Electronics Code 8, YOLO!!!

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Hopefully Moog has the tuning stability worked out for this one. laugh
(Bad memories of a Memorymoog)


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Well Roland actually pulled off discrete audio w/ the SE-02, and the Studio Electronics guys we’re skeptical, but surprised once they heard it.
Me too.
I can’t even tell you how pleased I am.
Just listened to recordings of our group and the SE-02 sounds like a big ass ARP 2600S or a nice modulating Mini Moog using PWM.

Chassis above sure looks like it has room.
I’d still like some cooling fan somewhere.
Also, if there’s no “tuning” option you can be assured they’re fake Oscillators using the Moog Filters and the name.

But actually if it sounds like a tubby ol’ Polyphonic that’s what matters.


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Re: Moog One. [Re: RichieP_MechE] #2950897 10/01/18 02:52 PM
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Originally Posted By: RichieP_MechE
Leaked pics here. It's so purdy love love love


What is this power connector? 19VDC? Is that just a model for another continent?


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