Late 70’s progressive sounds

Bringing together 3 classic Moog synths, the Syntronik Noir recreates the Multimoog, Micromoog and Prodigy. Introduced in the late 70s, the Prodigy technically has 3 oscillators, but unlike the Minimoog, the Prodigy’s third oscillator is only used as an LFO for modulation. However, oscillator sync is available in the Prodigy taking a cue from the Micromoog and Multimoog synths.

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The Micromoog’s single oscillator design is surprisingly flexible with its continuously variable waveshape and sub-oscillator implementation. A single self-oscillating resonant low pass filter is provided. The modulation capabilities of the Micromoog are quite extensive for what looks like a simple synth.

The Multimoog builds on the clever design of the Micromoog by adding a second oscillator and additional modulation routes. The Multimoog was one of the first synths to offer aftertouch, pressure sensitivity that could be used to amplify modulation. The Multimoog is really a modulation monster and excels when it is stretched to its limits for unconventional sounds using cross-modulation between the oscillators, a noise generator and filter. Some very complex resulting wave shapes are easy to achieve on this synth.

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Some historic users were Astral Projection, Fatboy Slim, Depeche Mode, Prodigy, Howard Jones, Blur.

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