Moog Bids Fond Farewell to 500 Series Analog Effect Modules

Moog has announced that they are officially discontinuing the 500 series of analog effects modules…

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The final modules, which will be released later this year shall be hand-crafted at the Moog factory in Asheville, NC until parts and materials run out. This is what Moog had to say.

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“The Moog 500 Series family of analog effects made its debut at the 131st AES show in October 2011. The Ladder was the first of its kind in the format–a dynamic low-pass/high-pass filter based on Bob Moog’s original ladder filter designs. This unique module allowed recording engineers to dynamically process existing sounds through a completely new palette of harmonically expansive, overdriven and thickening analog circuits.

The following year, at the 2012 AES show in San Francisco, the 500 Series Analog Delay was unveiled. Building on Moog’s legacy in BBD-based analog designs, the 500 Series Analog Delay was first informed by the renowned MF-104 Analog Delay pedal. Over the course of its extensive development, a series of critical design advancements resulted in the creation of a truly preeminent analog delay with MIDI control, un-emulatable character, and extensive sonic depth.

This is your last opportunity to purchase these units before they go out of production.”

Pricing and Availability:
The extremely limited run of 2017 500 Series modules will be available with special end-of-production pricing exclusively at Sweetwater Sound and Vintage King Audio in the U.S. and internationally through Moog’s Authorized Distributor network.

For more information head to the product page here.

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