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Imaginative Analog Synthesizers – The Moog Matriarch Creates Wealthy Textural Chord Patterns

The Moog Matriarch Creates Wealthy Textural Chord Patterns

The Temper Matriarch is described as a “4-note paraphonic analog synthesizer with a built-in Sequencer, Arpeggiator, stereo Ladder Filters, and stereo Analog Delay.” With no patching obligatory, the synth can be utilized to generate an array of wealthy chord patterns, which have a singular textural high quality that permits for loads of versatility. The synth additionally encompasses a whole of 90 modular patch factors, which permit for a variety of distinctive sounds that may’t be discovered elsewhere.

To showcase the vary of stereophonic sounds that may be created utilizing the Moog Matriarch, the audio model partnered with multi-instrumentalist Lisa Bella Donna, producer Max Ravitz, online game sound engineer Sarah Schachner, in addition to R&B duo We Are KING. Within the ensuing ‘Place / TIme / Reminiscence’ promotion, every of them provides the textural chord sounds a singular character, highlighting the inventive leeway that is supplied by the synth.

The Moog Matriarch is presently obtainable for pre-order, with orders anticipated to ship in the summertime.

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