At NAMM 2020, Moog releases the Subsequent 25 analog Synthesizer, the successor of the beloved Sub Phatty with new features and improvements
Leaks have been around for a long time, but now the release seems to be 100% true. A new leak from the US music retailer American Musical Supply shows the entire feature set of the new Moog Subsequent 25 Synthesizer. Subsequent 25 is a new compact Synthesizer that builds on the success of the award-winning Sub-Phatty by implementing the paraphonic functionality of duo mode, upgrading the woodside pieces and featuring the beloved Subsequent series improvements.
It features 2 oscillators, 1 Sub Oscillator, and 1 noise generator. These are sent to a classic Moog Ladder filter with 6/12/18/24dB per octave slopes. The developers reshaped the gain staging in the Ladder Filter to boost harmonic saturation and analog compression, resulting in an overall richer low end. Also onboard is a new high-powered headphone amplifier strong enough to drive the most demanding headphones.
On the modulation side, it offers 2 ADSR envelopes and one LFO with triangle, square, sawtooth, ramp and sample & hold waveforms. On the final stage, it includes a re-tuned analog multidrive that extends well beyond the original grit and growl of the Sub Phatty. Like the Sub Phatty, you can also save presets inside the Sub 25 (4 banks à 4 presets). It features for this brand new presets that have been optimized to take full advantage of the Subsequent 25’s upgraded circuitry.
New Keybed & More Connections
The keyed has also received an upgraded: it offers 25 semi-weighted velocity-sensitive keys, pitch bend and mod wheel. On the connection side, it features audio in/out on 1/4″, inputs for Filter CV, Pitch CV, Volume CV, KB Gate, and a USB type B port. It includes also a plug-in and standalone editor and librarian for Mac/PC.
Moog Subsequent 25 will be available for $849 USD (MSRP $999 USD) and shipping starts end of January.
More information here: Moog Music