Synthesiser manufacturer Moog has announced the availability of a new limited edition Moog Sirin which will be produced in a limited run of just 2,500 devices will be produced by the employee-owners at the Moog Factory in Asheville. Moog calls the new addition to their range the “Analog Messenger of Joy” and once the 2,500 limited edition Sirin machines have been sold, “no more will be available” says Moog. Sirin is available to order from today and is priced at $599. Check out the demonstration video below to learn more about the features and specifications of the Moog Sirin.
“Seclude yourself and let the music sweep you away. Seek to become newly aware of yourself, the world of nature around you, the people near you. And If you feel it, express yourself. Introducing Sirin: Analog Messenger of Joy, a new instrument for creative expression that oscillates in the higher octaves of experience.” In the demonstration video below Nick Sanborn (Sylvan Esso, Made Of Oak) explores the power of sound using Sirin and DFAM analog synthesisers.
“Sirin is a limited-edition synthesizer module created in celebration of the Moog House of Electronicus and based on the legendary Moog Taurus sound engine. Presented in the familiar compact form of the Moog Minitaur, Sirin is the first instrument in Moog’s Taurus family of bass synthesizers designed to generate pitches far above middle C, with an extended frequency range that reaches notes up to D8.”
For more information and to preorder your limited edition Moog Sirin jump over to the official website by following the link below.
• Two modified Moog Taurus analog oscillators with Hard Sync
• Moog Taurus Ladder Filter (20Hz – 20kHz)
• Two lightning-fast ADSR envelopes
• Multi-wave LFO w/ MIDI sync
• Glide with selectable type
• Up to 128 onboard presets
• Extensive hidden functionality accessible via front panel and MIDI
• Free Editor / Librarian standalone and plugin software
• Brushed stainless steel chassis
• Handcrafted by Moog’s Employee-owners in Asheville, NC
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