A Rare Moogfest Trifecta | Fess' Find

This week's find is a rare trifecta of semi-modular synths produced in limited quantities at past Moogfest workshops.

According to the seller, they worked as an engineer at Moog between 2014 and 2020 and had participated in their Engineering Workshops at Moogfests as a calibrator. This bundle consists of the Workshop edition of Moog's popular analog percussion synthesizer DFAM alongside its rare workshop version of the Subharmonicon, which was created without the digital interface that is on current production units.

This is the Moogfest Workshop Edition DFAM, Subharmonicon and Spectravox
Moogfest Workshop Edition DFAM, Subharmonicon, Spectravox

Completing the trifecta is arguably the rarest semi-modular Moog synthesizer, the Spectravox. Yet to be fully produced, it offers a 10-band vocoder with mic/line input as well as an oscillator that features saw and pulse waves plus white noise.

Furthermore, sequencing of its oscillator pitch is possible with CV, making for an exceptionally powerful vocoder that comes packed with additional capabilities via its patch bay.

Moogfest rarities like this don't last very long when they pop up for sale. So do yourself a favor: follow this link to add Moogfest builds to your personal Reverb Feed, so you'll see new listings as soon as they hit our site.

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