Moog has done quite the job in recent years pairing flagship projects with innovative musician. Through a few super series, the NC-based synth manufacturer has given a crisp look at their gear in action. This one on the Moog One is part of the ‘Impressions’ series. Impressions captures the initial moment of connection between artist and instrument, illuminating the space where inspiration informs intuition and experience meets exploration.
Dev Hynes’ impression comes along with his latest Blood Orange mixtape. As a producer these days, your own alias can quickly get lost in the mix. After focusing on making a body of work exclusively for the Blood Orange project, Hynes is truly the only one behind this output. He admits ‘My new record is called “Angel’s Pulse” & I performed, produced and mixed the entire thing myself. I’m calling it a mixtape’.
At the top of their current line, the Moog One is taking from the past to influence the future. It’s first polyphonic analog Moog synthesizer in over 30 years and Moog Music’s most innovative instrument to date, Moog One is the ultimate Moog synthesizer – a tri-timbral, polyphonic, analog dream-synth.. To go even further, they’ve just released the ‘Moog One Classics’ pack which is bringing classic sounds to this new flagship piece of hardware. Safe to say, this would be a solid addition to any studio.