Add interactive analog drums with Moog vibe to your synth rig, with the Moog DFAM semi-modular percussion synthesizer. The Drummer From Another Mother can generate fat analog rhythms without patching a single cable â€” and its modular patchbay yields endless creative possibilities. Dual oscillators plus noise offer a huge range of sounds and timbres to explore, while LP/HP filters allow for extreme sound shaping. Complete with a dynamic eight-step sequencer, the Moog DFAM is a versatile percussion synth with undeniable vibe.
With two selectable analog filters â€” highpass and lowpass â€” the Moog DFAM can shape its dual oscillators and noise generator in a myriad of ways. From bright hi-hat sounds to deep kicks and thumps, DFAM delivers analog drum and percussion sounds at their finest. And by using its patchbay to creatively modulate things like oscillator pitch, filter cutoff, and noise level, you can generate all manner of bursts, clangs, and other sound effects.
Each step of DFAM's sequencer has dedicated pitch and velocity controls, allowing for easy and rewarding real-time manipulation while your sequence runs. And the fact that it's called a percussion synthesizer won't keep synthesists at Sweetwater from generating some seriously cool basslines with DFAM. CV outputs for trigger, velocity, and pitch allow you to sequence other Eurorack modules, and CV inputs allow you to control the sequencer and clock from other modules too.
While the Moog DFAM can be used without patching any cables, there are endless possibilities when you use it with a Eurorack synth setup. You can even remove DFAM from its case and mount it into a Eurorack case (requires a 10- to 16-pin Eurorack cable, not included). With 24 CV In/Out patch points to play with, DFAM should be a welcome addition to any Eurorack setup.