Moog One (2018) BY MOOG MUSIC
The Moog One is a polyphonic analog synthesizer introduced by Moog Music in 2018. It is the first polyphonic synth introduced by the "new" Moog Music, and the first polyphonic synth to carry the Moog brand since the Memorymoog (1982). The Moog One comes in an 8 voice and a 16 voice configuration. Apart from the number of voices the models are identical. The instrument carries three specially designed oscillators, 4 LFOs, arpeggiator, sequencer, a State Variable Filter, a Ladder Filter, noise generator, ring modulator and 3 independent envelope generators. It is three-timbral; meaning it has all the above available for three synths simultaniously per preset (apart from the number of voices which is 8 or 16 respectively across all three synth engines). In addition there are digital multieffects from Eventide available. The Moog One is a very deep instrument, but still it's quiet easy to pilot. The modulation matrix and all the control functions across the different modules of the instrument really make the Moog One an analog polyphonic programmable modular synth. It's an entire platform for synthesizer sound development in it's own right.
The Moog One was codenamed LAS - for "Long Awaited Synthesizer" - during development.
The above model was made in Lightwave 3D. The model and texture files are available for download here: