We have already discussed how modular synthesis is something of a moment. However, barriers to entry are relatively high. Affordable stuff often lacks musical instruments and you can even pick up something semi-modular like a mug. Suharmanikon, Your setup may still feel incomplete. There are all kinds of accessories like mixers and cables that you need. Plus, part of the modular attraction is connecting different devices together to see how you can push the boundaries of a particular device.
Mogg’s new sound studio bundles may not determine the modular costs, but they do provide everything you need to start your synth tour. There are two options to choose from, but each has the same root. They are a semi-modular melodic synth – which is a pair Mother-32 Or Subarmonicon – with DFAM’s semi-modular percussion synthesizer, then cut out the package with a two level stand, patch cables, a cable organizer, a mixer and power hub, plus a patch book, educational materials, games and adorable cardboard
The goal here is to give someone everything they need to start the journey of synthesis. Now, they are not cheap. The Mother-32 bundle is 1,399 and the Suharmonikon is a 44 1,449. So these aren’t just for starting their music journey (unless they have a lot of disposable income). Instead these are more suited for interested hobby composers
To celebrate the sound studio packs, Moog is releasing a new 7-song EPO, named Search in analog synthesis Featuring contributions by Juliana Barwick, Ila Minus and Dan Deacon. EP is available for free on SoundCloud.
Moog Sound Studio Bundles are now available from general Moog dealers.