This Moog synth package includes the Sub Phatty Synthesizer with a pair of Gear One G900DX headphones, a Live Wire Elite Instrument Cable and a copy of the Hal Leonard “Stuff Good Synth Players Should... Click To Read More About This Product
This Moog synth package includes the Sub Phatty Synthesizer with a pair of Gear One G900DX headphones, a Live Wire Elite Instrument Cable and a copy of the Hal Leonard “Stuff Good Synth Players Should Know (Book & CD) and Power Tools for Synth Programming (Book & CD).
Moog Sub Phatty Synthesizer
The Sub Phatty takes everything that is vintage Moog, and packs it into a sound design machine that is both fresh and aggressive. It has 25 keys, 31 knobs and 13 switches that connect you directly to the analog heart of this powerful instrument. Its oscillators have been designed to perform with unmatched clarity and accuracy in any environment with no warm-up time necessary. They are fat, punchy and loaded with harmonic content.
Gear One G900DX Headphones
Gear One G900DX are circumaural headphones designed for playback, monitoring, and recording. With a lightweight 40mm neodymium driver, soft leatherette earpads and versatile hinge design, the G900DX offers extended frequency response, hours of comfort, and easy storage and handling.
Stuff Good Synth Players Should Know (Book & CD)
Take your playing from ordinary to extraordinary with this all-encompassing book/CD pack for synthesizer players. Whether your interest lies in keyboard synths or virtual software synths, you'll receive valuable tips on techniques to help your programming and performances become more professional. The accompanying CD contains 88 tracks that represent such styles as pop/rock, blues, funk, R&B, hip hop, house, trance, dramatic/film score, and new age. The CD's split-channel recording allows you to hear a full performance or to play along with only the backing band.
Power Tools for Synth Programming (Book & CD)
The A-to-Z coverage of synthesizer features in Power Tools for Synthesizer Programming will turn any synth owner into a power user! This book fills an enormous gap in the market, and is destined to become the standard text on the topic. Written by Jim Aikin, author of Keyboard magazine's long-running Technology Basics column and scores of authoritative product reviews of synthesizers over the past two decades, this book includes sound design projects, dozens of audio examples on CD-ROM, and complete chapters on oscillators, envelope generators, and other nuts-and-bolts components.