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- Order number: 190039
The Moog Sirin is a limited edition analog desktop synthesizer. Based on the legendary Moog Taurus Bass, it delivers fat basses, but can now also play high lead sounds with ease. The „Analog Messenger of Joy“ provides two oscillators and a 4-pole ladder filter. Thanks to an extended connectivity it can be perfectly integrated in the modular system. 128 presets can be stored, and managed on the computer with the help of the free editor. Only 2500 of these synth were build, so grab your unit as soon as possible!
- Two modified Moog Taurus analog oscillators with Hard Sync
- Moog Taurus Ladder Filter (20Hz - 20kHz)
- Two lightning-fast ADSR envelope generators
- 128 Presets
- Monophonic (can be poly-chained)
- Note range E0 – D8
- Brushed stainless steel chassis
- Free Editor / Librarian standalone and plugin software
Robert Arthur Moog is probably the inventor of the monophonic subtractive synthesizer as we know it. He started building theremins in upstate New York and by the mid 1960s got in contact with a number of of artists particularly Herb Deutsch, who convinced him to add a keyboard to the new instrument, a circumstance that made the Moog synthesizer popular among musicians. We owe to Bob Moog the invention of the resonant low-pass ladder filter (which provides the signature Moog sound and was his only filed patent); as well as the ADSR envelope, the pitch and mod wheel, etc. By 1971 and in an attempt to save the company from bankruptcy, the Minimoog Model D was born as a simplified, portable, hard-wired version of the large modular systems, which became the template for many monophonic synths to come. After his death in 2002, Moog Music is an employee-owned company operating from Asheville, North Carolina.