Moog Polymoog


The Moog Polymoog is a polyphonic analog synthesizer released by Moog Music in 1975. It was the first polyphonic analog synthesizer to be released by Moog and was designed to be a more affordable alternative to the company's larger modular synthesizers. It was used by a variety of artists, including Gary Numan, Kraftwerk, and Jean-Michel Jarre.

The Polymoog is a subtractive synthesizer, meaning it creates sound by filtering out certain frequencies from an oscillator. It has three oscillators, two envelope generators, and a low-pass filter. It also has a built-in chorus effect and a spring reverb. The Polymoog also has a unique feature called the Poly-Modulator, which allows the user to modulate the oscillators and filter with the envelope generators. This allows for a wide range of sounds and textures.

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ManufacturerMoog Music

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