Moog’s new analog synth is more than just a growling bass machine

Iconic synth maker Moog is technically showing at this year’s NAMM show, but in true Moog style, there’s no actual booth. Instead, the North Carolina-based company opted to create an off-site pop-up called the Moog Island Of Electronicus where it debuted its newest offering: an analog synth called Sirin. (Fun fact — the original “Island Of Electronicus” was a trippy, immersive experience the company came up with in 1971, replete with plush bean bags to sit on, stained glass, and of course, synths to play with.)

The Moog Sirin feels like it borrows from many other Moog products, but with key tweaks. It’s housed in a brushed stainless steel enclosure with a compact layout that harkens to the Minitaur synth, and it leans into a retro design…

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