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    Moog Matriarch

    Semi-modular Synthesizer

    Much more than just an expanded Grandmother, the Matriarch has all the makings of a classic Moog synth.

    Reviews Apr 2020
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    Moog Subsequent 25

    Synthesizer

    There's a lot more to Moog's Subsequent 25 than meets the eye...

    Reviews Mar 2020
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    Moog Grandmother

    Semi-modular Analogue Synthesizer

    Don’t be misled by the colourful panel and eccentric name — the Moog Grandmother is a serious and capable synthesizer.

    Reviews Sep 2018
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    Moog Minitaur

    Analogue Bass Synthesizer

    The Minitaur may look like a simple beast, but there’s much more to Moog’s most affordable synth than meets the eye...

    Reviews May 2012
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    Moog Voyager Old School

    Analogue Synthesizer

    The Voyager Old School sees Moog returning to their roots, but is there a place for an all-analogue, 1970s-style synth in the 21st century?

    Reviews Dec 2008
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    Little Phatty by Bob Moog

    Programmable Monophonic Analogue Synthesizer

    Bob Moog's final project carries his visionary synthesizer design into the future.

    Reviews Nov 2006
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    Voyager By Bob Moog

    Version 2 OS Updates • Anniversary Edition • VX351 • CP251

    Since the release of the Voyager analogue monosynth last year, Bob Moog's company have been busy producing OS updates, special-edition versions, and accessories. We bring you up to date with a look at the lot.

    Reviews Nov 2004
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    Moog Sonic 6

    Analogue Synthesizer (Retrozone)

    The pioneering Sonic 6 has a complex and intriguing background, featuring not only the synth industry's most famous name, Bob Moog, but also that of an unsung hero called Gene Zumcheck - a shadowy figure now, but one whose contribution to synthesis deserves acknowledgement.

    Reviews Mar 2002
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