Asheville, NC (Aug. 29, 2017)—Moog Music’s new Subsequent 37 is a 2-note paraphonic analog synthesizer with reportedly twice the mixer headroom of the Sub 37, its predecessor. According to Moog Music, the Subsequent 37 includes the “upgraded sonic modifications and functional improvements found in the limited-edition Subsequent 37 CV (minus the aluminum aesthetic and CV outputs),” and is the standard production model moving forward.
The Subsequent 37 is now shipping from the Moog Factory, available worldwide for $1,499.
The evolution from the Subsequent 37 CV to the new Subsequent 37 production model effectively provides more clean tones in both mono and duo performance modes. Further, Ladder filter gain staging has been reshaped for boosted harmonic saturation and analog compression, “resulting in an overall richer low end,” reports Moog promotional materials. Also new is a re-tuned Multidrive circuit “that extends well beyond the grit and growl of the original Sub 37.”
Other new features include an upgraded keybed, integrated high-powered headphone amplifier, and a software plug-in/editor for both Windows and Mac OS.
Featured in the video above, Moog’s Chief Engineer, Cyril Lance, is joined by Snarky Puppy’s Cory Henry in the Moog Sound Lab Moog Sound Lab. Lance is comparing the audio outputs of both the original Sub 37 and Subsequent 37 using an Audio Precision analyzer and an oscilloscope.