Originally released way back in 1970, the unique sound of the Minimoog analogue synthesiser means the hardware is still in demand today. But since Moog stopped producing the synths back in 1981, they’re incredibly rare and expensive now — unless you’re happy to add this sofa equivalent to your studio.
What happens if you bolt together two keyboards, full colour displays, a full suite of analogue controllers and a granular synthesiser engine for two enthusiastic musicians? The Collidoscope is what — and it sound just futuristic as you’d expect.
Can’t afford a true vintage Mini Moog? Then how about the Mini-Est Moog—a 5-inch wide version made of felt by Etsy craftser pulsewidth? Have your pet mice been itching to form a synthpop trio?