Overview

In the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, the Moog Prodigy was one of the most popular analog monophonic synthesizers on the market. And over the last four decades, its allure has hardly faded. With two VCOs (one with sawtooth, triangle, and square waves; the other a pulse waveform with sawtooth, triangle, and square), a Voltage Controlled Filter, and a Voltage Controlled Amplifier with a three-stage (ADR) envelope, the Prodigy can do everything from velvety flutes to more aggressive electronic sounds.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Prodigy 32-Key Monophonic Analog Synthesizer
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 1979 - 1984
Made In
  • United States
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