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Moog’s One is a polyphonic dream synth! The instrument features eight fully analog voices. Each of them consists of three oscillators with waveform mixing, two filters, one noise generator, a mixer with external audio input, four LFOs and three DAHDSR envelopes. Digital effects give sounds the finishing touch. Among them are Eventide reverb algorithms. The One is tri-timbral, meaning its eight voices can be divided into three timbres. For playing the synthesizer, a 61-key Fatar keyboard, pitch and modulation wheels as well as an X/Y touch pad were built-in.
The Moog One is a polyphonic synthesizer with a 61 Full-size keyboard with velocity and aftertouch.
Comprised of three independently addressable analog polysynths, the tri-timbral Moog One design allows voices to be easily assigned, split, layered, or stacked in Unison Mode. Additionally, each synthesizer is equipped with its own fully-featured step sequencer, arpeggiator, and effects processor. Multitimbral synthesis is simplified through the Moog One ‘Panel Focus’ module. Selecting a Synth for Panel Focus causes the Moog One front panel knobs and buttons to switch control to that layer of timbrality. Users can also select multiple layers at once for simultaneous adjustment of multiple synthesizers.
Each voice provides three newly developed triangle core analog oscillators. The output of each oscillator is a user-defined mix of the selectable triangle / sawtooth wave, plus a variable-width pulse wave. The rise and fall time of the triangle wave and the reset phase of the sawtooth wave can be shaped and modulated to create to a rich palette of classic analog tones.
The VCOs feature hard sync, ring modulation, and FM.
Addtionally, each voice includes an advanced dual-source analog noise generator that allows different colors of noise to be selected and mixed, while and dynamically articulated utilizing the dedicated noise envelope generator.
Moog One offers a flexible analog mixer, providing volume controls and filter routing selections for each oscillator, noise generator, ring modulator, and external audio input -- sound sources can be shaped by different filters independently, or at the same time.
Two types of analog filters are on board: a newly-designed multimode State Variable Filter that brings razor-like precision and articulation to the instrument and a classic Moog Ladder filter with selectable low pass / high pass behavior. These two filters can process sounds individually or together, in series or parallel operation, to access a vibrant spectrum of classic, obscure, and completely new filter sounds.
Four wide-range LFOs can be assigned to nearly any destination for modulation.
Furthermore, three assignable DAHDSR Envelopes (Delay, Attack, Hold, Decay, Sustain, Release) are available for modulation. In addition to looping, synchronization, and time scaling capabilities, the character of each envelope can be user-sculpted through utilization of per-stage envelope curves.
Additionally the synth features a growing library of programmable effects and master bus effects that include chorus, delay, phase, bit reduction, vocoding, and a suite of premium reverbs from Eventide® including Blackhole, Shimmer, Plate, Room, and Hall.
To control the sounds, the Moog One features Pitch Wheel, Modulation Wheel, X/Y Pad (with pressure-sensing and hold), Sustain Pedal input and two expression pedal inputs.