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Moog Minimoog Model D Analog Synthesizer

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Meet the new Minimoog Model D! Moog's update to their 1970s-era analog synthesizer adds a dedicated analog LFO, MIDI I/O, a mixer overload mod and more.

For the first time since 1981, Moog Music has officially resumed production of the Minimoog Model D. The Minimoog Model D was the world's first portable synthesizer and served as the archetype for all electronic keyboards that followed. First released in the early 1970s, the instrument gained worldwide acclaim for combining the colossal sound of Moog's large-format modular synthesizers with the accessibility of pre-wired modules. Over the last 40 years, some of the world's most influential artists like Trent Reznor, Gary Numan, Dr. Dre, Keith Emerson and Herbie Hancock have shaped their unique sounds and forged new musical genres using the Minimoog Model D. This valuable sonic tool is now made available to veteran synthesists and the next generation of electronic pioneers.

Each newly built Minimoog Model D is lovingly handcrafted by the employee-owners at the Moog Factory in Asheville, NC. This 3-oscillator, monophonic, analog synthesizer is securely housed in a locally-sourced Appalachian hard-wood enclosure and hand-finished aluminum chassis. The circuit boards retain the exact component placement and through-hole design of a beloved 1970s-era Minimoog Model D.

Though no changes have been made to the original sound engine or audio signal path, the Minimoog Model D now includes a series of popular functional modifications that expand this legendary instrument's sonic capabilities. These modifications include a premium Fatar keybed with velocity and after read more pressure available via top panel CV jacks, a dedicated analog LFO with triangle and square waveshapes, CV outputs for pitch, gate, velocity and after pressure, basic MIDI integration, and a mixer overload modification, which when engaged, allows the Minimoog Model D to conjure thicker and far more overdriven sounds than before.


- 3 vintage Moog oscillators
- Classic Moog low-pass ladder filter with resonance
- Analog circuit boards recreated using original designs and component placement
- Custom-reissued transistors critical to sound quality and character
- Military-spec precision resistors
- Precision Linear System matched JFETs in oscillators
- Classic thermoset, gnarled pitch and mod wheels
- CV Modifications: outputs added for Pitch, Aftertouch, Velocity and Gate (Aftertouch and Velocity have dedicated output level attenuators)
- Modulation Modifications: analog Triangle/Square wave LFO and Filter Envelope added as modulation sources, as well as an External Modulation CV input
- Overload Modification: the output of the Minimoog Model D is automatically scaled and fed back to the External Audio Input for instantly available overdrive
- Improved circuit board connectors for touring reliability
- Fatar TP-9 keybed with velocity and aftertouch
- MIDI in, out and thru

NOTE: Due to the complexity of the build process coupled with the demand for other Moog instruments, Moog is only able to produce a small number of Minimoog Model D units per month.
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- Weight: 32 lbs w/ PSU
- Shipping Weight: 43 lbs
- Dimensions: 28.56" W x 17.13" D x 6" H

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 828-251-0090

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 10 out of 10 stars. (3 ratings)
Submitted May 13, 2017 by Christopher P in Minneapolis, MN
"Moog reissues Model D "
Overall: 10 out of 10 stars
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This is the greatest sounding analog synth reissue ever as far as I am concerned. In my comparisons it actually sounds better than the original! It's been painstakingly manufactured down to the materials that the original used in the circuit boards. Leave it to Moog to reissue this beast in all it's original glory. This thing sounds unbelievably good. All the depth and richness of the original Model D are there. This Moog has three oscillators: and they are all tremendous. All the punch of the original is there too. You can get huge drums with this thing, filthy leads, but the strength of the Model D lies in the bass. The square wave is outrageous. The triangle is unbelievably smooth. Add the glide and you have ths perfect sounding bass. The external input volume is addictive. Just when you thought things couldn't get bigger! The downside of the Model D is the limited modulation. You've got to invest in a cp-251 CV module or some of the other Moogerfoogers to add to the modulation.
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