|In 1964, Robert Moog created one of the first modular voltage-controlled music synthesizers, and demonstrated the Moog 55 at the AES convention the same year. The Moog System 55 featured a piano-style keyboard interface and has a logarithmic one volt-per-octave pitch control and a separate pulse triggering signal. The Moog modular synthesizer is considered by enthusiasts to be the original and definitive synthesizer.
|Engine Detailed||2 VCO, Pink Noise, Saw Down, Saw Up, Sine, Square, Triangle, White Noise|
|Filter (VCF)||1 24dB Slope (4-pole), Low Pass, Resonance|
|Envelope (VCA)||5 Delay, Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release|
|Extra info||Optional 953 Duophonic Keyboard. Only 55 will be made.|
||Y: Yes, N: No, N/A: Not Applicable
||Voltage Controlled Oscillator
||Digital Controlled Oscillator
||Low Frequency Oscillator
||Voltage Controlled Filter
||Voltage Controlled Amplifier
||As with a piano, the harder you hit a key, the louder the sound, unlike most organs which always produce the same loudness no matter how hard you hit a key.
||Pressing a key after you activated it. Channel Aftertouch, no matter which key, it will send a Channel message. Poly Aftertouch, sends the pressure per key instead of the whole channel.
|Values for OSC, LFO, Filter, Envelope are per voice unless stated otherwise.