Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Over the years, many musicians, perhaps unfairly, tended to dub the winter NAMM show as "the boring one". Indeed, it seems as if many manufacturers have chosen to unveil their latest and greatest products at summer NAMM, while leaking out controllers, digital pianos, and (generally) less exciting stuff at the winter show. That certainly doesn't seem to be the case this year, however.
First up is the Moog Sub Phatty, the company's first new synth after Dr. Moog's passing. It'll go for around $1,100. Here's a look at the specs: