Moog is remaking the Model 10 modular synthesizer. That seems like such an extraordinary statement – what a time we live in!
The Model 10 was a compact modular synthesizer designed by Bob Moog in 1971. It was the predecessor to the Model 15 and focuses on purity of sound, speed and simplicity while providing the enormous sonic depth and dimension found in vintage Moog synthesizers. It is comprised of 11 analogue modules including the 907 Fixed Filter Bank and three 900-series oscillators. It was the synth made famous by Wendy Carlos’s Switch On Bach.
Each one will be hand-built to the original specifications as faithfully as possible. They will be hand-stuffed and hand-soldered using traditional wiring methods and each module is finished with an aluminium faceplate. It’s then housed in a rugged Tolex-enclosed wooden cabinet and looks like something out of a dream.
- The Model 10 modules are:
1x 901 Voltage Controlled Oscillator
- 1x 901A Oscillator driver
- 2x 901B Oscillators
- 1x 902 Voltage Controlled Amplifier
- 1x 903A Random Signal Generator
- 1x 904A Voltage Controlled Low Pass Filter
- 1x 907 Fixed Filter Bank
- 2x 911 Envelope Generators
- 1x CP11 Console Panel
- 1x 130 Watt 120 VAC Power Supply (230 VAC available upon request)
This is going to be a limited run for a limited time in limited quantities for $9,950.
Soak up this video all about it.
- Moog Music Model 10 webpage.