You’d have to be living under a very large rock not to be aware of the modular synth renaissance. Most are taking advantage of the popular and more affordable Eurorack format, others are heading straight in the box. The Model 10 by Moog is a little different though.
This model is tribute to Robert Moog’s first compact modular design, so it’s not one that will take up half a bedroom. This little beast is as comfortable on the road as it is in the studio, but being a faithful recreation, it doesn’t compromise on sound.
Moog is fine form of late. They’ve followed up their new Matriarch with a vintage classic – an exacting recreation of the Model 10 modular synth.
Here’s what the company have to say about this historically significant synth:
“Each Model 10 is hand-built to its original 1971 Moog factory specifications and is a true recreation of the original. Individual modules are brought to life just as they were nearly 50 years ago“.
The three oscillator beast comes with the 902 VCA, a 907 fixed filter bank, a 903A random signal generator a 904A voltage controlled low pass filter and more.
The video below gives you an insight into the no compromises approach to the creation of the Model 10:
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