Moog Subsequent 25 is the legendary brand’s new compact synth

Moog’s new analogue synth is a spiritual successor to the old Sub Phatty. The iconic brand signed up Flying Lotus to help show it off.

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The Subsequent 25 is the latest addition to Moog’s impressive synth range, slotting in below the Subsequent 37 in the legendary brand’s line-up.

Despite the name suggesting it’s a smaller version of the 37, the Subsequent 25 is really more of a successor to the old Sub Phatty. Moog claim it’s the smallest full-size synth they’ve ever made.

From what we’ve heard so far, the 25 is an absolute bass monster, with a two-note paraphonic design based on three oscillators, a Multidrive distortion section and Moog’s iconic ladder filter. The knob-per-function front panel and software patch editor also make it really quick and easy to program.

The Subsequent 25 will be in stock very soon with a suggested retail price of £895.
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Scroll down to watch Moog’s own demo video soundtracked by Flying Lotus, plus more pics.

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