The Moog Sub 37 has become one of this current era's go to synthesizers, both onstage and in the studio, and just today, the company has announced a new evil twin. Enter the Subsequent 37 CV, an expanded version that allows connectivity to your Euro rack setup. The Subsequent features a rugged aluminum and steel chassis, with all-aluminium side pieces inset with American hardwood. On the connectivity front, it features four assignable CV outputs and two assignable Gate outputs, an upgraded keybed, a powerful headphone amp for live monitoring, and a modified signal path.
On top of this, the new unit has twice the headroom of the standard 37, and the gain-staging of the Ladder filter has been reshaped to boost harmonic saturation and analog compression. Moog also re-tuned the Multidrive circuit to extend well beyond the grit and growl of the original Sub 37. To top everything off, the first 125 units will be built live on stage at Moogfest, and there will only be 2000 units made. The question now is, will Moog add these improvements to a non-limited edition update of the Sub 37? Will there even be a non-tribute version? All remains to be seen.
SOUND ENGINE EVOLUTION – Greater sonic dimension
MORE MULTIDRIVE – Wider range and dirtier than ever before
ROOM FOR TWO - More headroom means Duo mode sounds even better
6 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUTS – Modular connectivity with 4x CV outs and 2x Gate outs
UPGRADED KEYBED – Lightweight with swift action, velocity, and aftertouch
HIGH-POWER HEADPHONE AMP – Cue up your next sound in the loudest of venues.
LIMITED EDITION -- 2000 units produced worldwide