Moog Subharmonicon Analog Synth
Moog’s legacy of music creation goes back to the 1964 release of their original synthesizer. The Subharmonicon continues this tradition. It’s a semi-modular polyrhythmic analog synth, built around a 6-tone sound engine with two analog VCOs and four Subharmonic Oscillators that are mathematically connected for coherent sound. While the Subharmonicon works as a standalone instrument, it has a 32-point 3.5mm patch bay to connect countless other gear, including Moog’s Mother-32 and DFAM modules.