Moog Source is a vintage analog synthesizer created by the Moog Music company in 1981. It was the first of its kind to feature a voltage-controlled oscillator, allowing users to create a wide range of sounds. It has been used by a variety of artists, including Depeche Mode, The Cure, and Kraftwerk.
The Moog Source is a monophonic synthesizer, meaning it can only produce one note at a time. It features two voltage-controlled oscillators, two envelope generators, a low-pass filter, and a noise generator. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a modulation wheel. The oscillators can be used to create a variety of sounds, from bass and lead lines to pads and sound effects. The envelope generators allow users to shape the sound of the oscillators, while the low-pass filter can be used to add warmth and texture. The modulation wheel can be used to add vibrato and other effects.