I have been completely consumed by the arrival of the Moog Sub 37. It has only been 2 days since I’ve had it, and there is a lot to say about it. At first, and even before it’s arrival, i was thinking, Eh, its going to be just ok. And if i don’t like it, i can always have it as something to trade and to sell later on. That turned out to be hardly the case. This synth is a keeper, and I have already signed my name on the back of it. So theres no way back.
So lets talk about the Company first.
Moog is the Nicest company you could ever meet. They really pack a lot of love into their products and craftsmanship. They make you feel like You’ve also been invited over to a home dinner after the purchase of one of their products. Bob Moog would be very happy with the products they have been releasing after his unfortunate passing. It all started at the beginning of 2012 when i received an email from the company stating that they would like to support my work at youthville, would like to donate a limited edition Lil Phatty synthesizer, and needed presets for their Animoog product during the 2012 Movement Fest in Detroit. (I rate the Animoog as one of the top 5 i phone / i pad apps) So things were getting serious. Donating a Lil Phatty Synthesizer gave me the first chance to incorporate a piece of hardware at my workshops, and at youthville. It is really important to show kids the workings of a physical product, and how it relates to the primary aspect of synthesis.