The Moog Multimoog is a monophonic analog synthesizer released by Moog Music in 1975. It was designed to be a more affordable version of the Minimoog, and was the first Moog synthesizer to feature a built-in keyboard. It was used by a variety of artists, including Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, and Gary Numan.
The Multimoog is a subtractive synthesizer, meaning it creates sound by filtering out certain frequencies from an oscillator. It has two oscillators, two envelope generators, and a low-pass filter. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a noise generator. The Multimoog also has a number of modulation options, including an LFO, a sample-and-hold, and a ring modulator. It also has a number of effects, including chorus, delay, and reverb.