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Back To The Future: Moog Modular Synthesizer IIIc System

Back To The Future: Moog Modular Synthesizer IIIc System

Moog Music revealed the details about Moog Modular Synthesizer IIIc. The system was based on original documentation and printed circuit boards featuring the same qualities the original device did. Moog Modular Synthesizer IIIc is going to be released as a limited edition (25 units). One instrument will cost you $35 000.

Moog Music company has revealed the details about Moog Modular Synthesizer IIIc. The developers highlighted that Moog Modular Synthesizer IIIc as well as Emerson Modular System and Moog Modular Systems released in 2015 was based on original documentation and printed circuit boards featuring new and old components.

Each device is equipped with 36 hand-soldered modules among which there are 10 oscillators (901-Series), 984 Matrix Mixer and 905 Spring reverb. All the modules are inserted in two hand-made walnut console cabinets at the Moog factory in Asheville, NC.

Anna Montoya, Moog production engineer, says, “It lets us reimagine what future tools can be. There is so much potential in this history.”

Moog Modular Synthesizer IIIc specification:

  • Hand-wired using legacy parts and original assembly methods.
  • 901-series VCO.
  • Scrupulous approach confirming original documentation, circuit board schematics, and art files.
  • Handcrafted using classic manufacturing techniques.
  • 36 hand-soldered modules custom mounted and hand-wired in two hand-made walnut cabinets.
  • 10 discrete 901-series oscillators (Moog’s early design not introduced in System 55, System 35, or Model 15).
  • 905 Spring reverb module.
  • 4 x CP3 mixers.
  • 984 4-channel Matrix Mixer (for parallel processing, includes dedicated bass and treble controls).
  • 100% discrete design (no op-amps).
  • Includes patch cables.
  • 953 Duophonic Keyboard Controller comes separately.
  • Provides inherent tuning instability and interference susceptibility which you get with an original instrument.

Moog Modular Synthesizer IIIc is a limited series (only 25 units). The retail price is announced – $35 000.

Published: 03:34 07.05.2017
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