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Moog announce new Dark Series synths and travel cases

The new versions of the Grandmother and Matriarch will be permanent additions to the brand’s product range.

Synth legends Moog have announced new versions of their Grandmother and Matriarch synths with a subtle black and silver colour scheme. The brand will also release SR series travel cases for both synths.

The Dark Series colour scheme is a nod to the original Moog colours, found on early modular synths and the Minimoog.

Both new synths will join the Moog range permanently, with the original versions continuing to be available.

The Moog Matriarch Dark Series will be priced at £2,099. The Grandmother Dark Series will be £1,049.

The Grandmother SR case will be £199, while the Matriarch case will be £289.

Scroll down to see both synths in action and more photos of the new Dark Series versions and SR travel cases.

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