‘synthway’ has shared a teaser of upcoming presets for the Sub Phatty:
Just a little sample of the 32 presets programmed for the Sub Phatty Editor v0.94. I don’t know if all sounds will be included, but I shared them with Amos from Moog Music.
Drive N Sync
Lady in the Wind
‘synthway’ has shared a new video featuring the Sub Phatty, details below:
First video of my new synth, the Moog Sub Phatty. Just a basic monosynth improvisation with a nice amount of reverb!
Moog Sub Phatty
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
Tweaking a few knobs with the Moog Sub Phatty… using mainly lower register sounds. I wasn’t very creative with it because nothing was planned. Playing random licks in C minor (mostly) and randomly tweaking the knobs.
I’m planning on making new videos like this (but smaller!) that show a few special features of this great instrument.
In this video Moog demonstrates the power and versatility of one knob per function synthesis. Watch and listen as the track evolves and changes in response to every touch.
The Sub Phatty is the first analog synth to feature Moog’s transformative new Multidrive section; at low settings Multidrive adds warmth and girth, but when pushed, it delivers a screaming snarl that is highly reactive to resonance, waveshape, and oscillator level. Experiment with this new circuit and unlock an undiscovered world of vivid analog tonalities.
Learn more about the Sub Phatty at:
Jake Widgeon from Moog Music demonstrates the Moog Slim Phatty analog synthesizer at Kraft Music.
Jake Widgeon from Moog Music demonstrates the Moog Minimoog Voyager Rack Mount Edition analog synthesizer at Kraft Music.
Jake Widgeon from Moog Music demonstrates the Moog Little Phatty analog synthesizer at Kraft Music.
This video shows the result of using the Koushion step sequencer app and the Moog Multi-Pedal (in MIDI-to-CV conversion mode) to create a tempo-synced filter step sequence on the Moog Sub Phatty synthesizer. The analog CV out of the Multi-Pedal is connected to the filter CV input on the Sub Phatty.
Learn more at www.experimentalsynth.com
The mighty analog Moog Sub Phatty Synthesizer is under control of Q960 Sequential Controller. As usual, Row A is for Pitch, Row B is for Filter opening. On this video, while sequence is running, there are tests for EGs snap, OSC reset under key Gate, fattyness of SubOsc, wild brutality of Multidrive distortion. Such a lovely, little analog machine.
Moog Sub Phatty has two oscillators, one sub oscillator, one noise generator, one lowpass filter transistor ladder and a dual distortion unit pre/post filter. On this video, you’ll find a walkaround of waveforms and treatment ready to go with sub oscillation and distortion.
Here is a demonstration of the VCA envelope and the preset functionality of the Moog Sub Phatty.
Here is part one of a series of two videos which demonstrate the sound and functionality of the modulation section of the Moog Sub Phatty.
Here is a demonstration of the sound and functionality of the Moog Sub Phatty’s filter section.
“Previous to the shooting of these demo videos, I set all of the “under the hood” functionality to settings that would cause the synthesizer to act most like a vintage synthesizer. In the process of shooting, the synthesizer was turned on and off a number of times. A couple of times, I found that certain obvious settings had been reset (like the LFO pitch tracking feature, which kept coming on). When it didn’t affect the subject I was shooting, I didn’t reset them to my tastes. It appears that I should have, because it now seems likely that this video was shot with the filter in 18 dB or12dB per octave mode, despite the fact that I had set it to 24dB per octave before starting the series of shoots. Keep that in mind! (sadly, I no longer possess the unit, so I can’t reshoot!)”
First part in a new series of explorations of the Moog Sub Phatty, details below:
Here is a demonstration of the sound and functionality of the Moog Sub Phatty.
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The Moog Sub Phatty theme is comprised of Sub Phatty sounds, with the exception of the drums, which were programmed using an Ensoniq ASR-10. There are no effects used of any kind.
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