Moog Introduces the New Subharmonicon Semi-Modular Polyrhythmic Analog Synthesizer
Moog Subharmonicon is a semi-modular polyrhythmic analog synthesizer designed for the exploration of sequences that unfold and evolve over time, spiraling through 6-tone subharmonic chords and organic polyrhythms.
Subharmonicon’s unique approach to music-making is inspired by the innovative ideas on electronic instruments and experimental music that emerged during the 1930s and 1940s. Combining music and math, these early avant-algorithmic concepts laid a foundation for our modern exploratory practices. (For further learning, research the work of Joseph Schillinger, Oskar Sala, and Leon Theremin)
Subharmonicon is capable of complex sounds and patterns, yet is incredibly simple to use. With 2x VCOs, 4x Subharmonic Oscillators, 2x 4-Step Sequencers, and 4x Rhythm Generators, Subharmonicon creates a rich harmonic kaleidoscope that divides into itself until everything that is up becomes down.