As premiered on Pitchfork earlier this morning, Flying Lotus has lent a barbones beat to the launch of Moog’s new Sub Phatty synthesizer. Here’s how the company describes its “new standard for analog sound design”:
Introducing the Sub Phatty analog synthesizer. The soul and hands-on, real-time sound design functionality of vintage Moog instruments with a completely new — and stunningly aggressive — sound design machine. Fitted with 25 full-size synth action keys, 16 presets with panel mode, and a 31 knob front panel, Moog’s classic control design plugs you straight into the analog heart of this powerful new instrument.