Video: Moog Releases the Subsequent 25 | NAMM 2020

In November, Lisa Bella Donna came by the Reverb studio to play through a range of Moog synths, including the Subsequent 37, in our "How to Choose a Moog" video. We may have to reshoot the shootout, now that the Subsequent 25 has arrived.

2014's Sub 37 and the later Subsequent 37 were the result of Moog building on the foundation of the Sub Phatty. The Subsequent 25 is meeting right in the middle.

It sports the same number of keys as the Sub Phatty monosynth, but it also includes the two-note paraphony of the Subsequent line, along with its powerful built-in arpeggiator and 64-step sequencer.

Moog Subsequent 25

As Moog writes, "Oscillator 2 can be designated to play either the higher or the lower of two keys played on the keyboard Both oscillators are then processed through the single, classic 20Hz–20kHz Moog Ladder Filter."

The Subsequent 25's Presets panel allows you to access the 16 preset patches the synth comes with, or add and save your own. And with the MultiDrive dirt circuit, you can craft the grimy bass tones players prize in the Sub Phatty and Sub 37 models.

Watch our video above to hear it in action. Click here to pre-order your own on Reverb now. Or explore all vintage, used, and new Moog synths.

For all the latest gear news and new product announcements from NAMM 2020, check our ongoing coverage here.

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