Whether you're a beginner musician or a veteran of the stage, the Phatty family of Moog Analog Synthesizers will impress anyone who wants to take their music to unexplored worlds of sonic bliss. Providing you with everything that makes the Moog name a leader in innovation in a compact and affordable powerhouse, the Moog Phatty gives you access to an extensive array of legendary Moog sounds. After a quick browse of this section, you'll agree that Bob Moog's genius is alive and well in the Phatty line of synths.
Any one of the choices in this selection would be a great place to start your search, but for now we'll point you in the direction of the Slim Phatty. With its 100% analog signal path, easy-to-operate interface and rich MIDI, USB, and Control Voltage functionality, the Slim Phatty gives you genuine analog Moog sound and capabilities in a compact enclosure that fits easily into your backpack and your budget. Ideal for DJs, producers and touring musicians alike, you'll be amazed by the rumbling basses and soaring leads that the Slim Phatty can deliver.
Now if it's something larger than you're after, turn your attention to the Sub Phatty 25-Key Analog Synthesizer. Featuring 25 keys, 31 knobs and 13 switches, the Sub Phatty packs everything that is vintage Moog into a fresh and aggressive sound design machine. Additionally, the new Multidrive circuit in the filter section will transform the sound of this synth into an ear-piercing beast, and the mixer section houses a powerful squire wave sub oscillator with even more depth, thickness and earth-shaking bass. Fat, punchy and gritty, the Sub Phatty will make jaws drop.
When Bob Moog demonstrated his analog synth at the Monterey International Pop Festival in 1967, it wasn't long before his name was respected worldwide amongst famous experimental musicians, including Kraftwerk, Pink Floyd and The Doors. Of course, it's pretty obvious to see that Moog continues to inspire musicians around the globe, and arming yourself with one of their Slim Phatty or Sub Phatty synths is an excellent way to explore the inmost depths of your musical creativity.