Moog Grandmother


#41

I want one. I don’t want the hipster jacket.


#42



:rofl:


#43

Wonder if Behringer will bother cloning this one :thinking:


#44

Pre-cloned… :joy:


#45

The scary thing is, it already looks like a Behringer.
Behringer Old Fart coming soon :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:


#46

You just wonder how much uglier Behringer could make it :joy:


#47

Don’t threaten behringer with a good time


#48

Lol


#49

Looks too wacky for my taste.


#50

Looks fun.


#51

Tis a new synth? It already looks vintage, thats for sure…


#52

Meanwhile at Moog’s design department:


#53

Well that’s my point


#54

But agreed, the names of moog’s latest synths since the sub 37 has been of the same level as horse racing names. Puns so lifeless they’re not even worthy of a hair salon.


#55

Nice, wouldn’t mind having one :heart_eyes: I like moog synths, hi q build an they sound great. I Like the names better then some other astronomical scientific deep meaning pompous names. :+1: Elektron gives cool names to machines too


#56

My therapist tells me I need to buy this to punish myself.


#57

haha you do ( sometimes ) sound like you are into music for punishment …


#58

i would love to see the modules separated.
…maybe…
but this thing was clearly a surprise after the subharmonicon…which follows something


#59

I expressed how much I’d rather have a Dreadbox Medusa or MiniBrute 2S than this on a friend’s FB post yesterday, and managed to offend a bunch of synth connoisseurs who construed my comment as a complaint about price.

What Grandmother has taught me is to always avoid criticizing anything Moog around synth elitists. It is definitely not worth doing.


#60

But it’s a sweet torment all the same😊