If you like your sounds to be classic, retro, and straight out filthy, Moog (pronounced Mowg apparently) is the kind of synth you want in your life. There’s a wide and varied range that over time have graced many a popular tune. The one being demoed at BPM 2014 was the Moog Sub 37, a monophonic and paraphonic synth, being put through its paces by Alex Theakston from Source Distribution.

moog sub 37 demo BPM 2014

I have nothing really to add, as this is definitely not my area of expertise. I have dabbled with mono synths in the past, especially in the 80s when synth pop was in its prime. All I know is that this demo transports me right back to that time, and is especially reminiscent of the original Tron soundtrack. I just want to bust out a bunch of Depeche Mode and Yazoo melodies.


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