Moog’s new analogue synthesizer is called the DFAM (Drummer From Another Mother) and is the first addition to the Mother ecosystem of synthesizers. DFAM presents an expressive hands-on approach to percussive pattern creations. Start the beat with the analogue sequencer. The sound produced comes from a white noise generator and two wide-range analogue oscillators which transition between rhythmic pulsations, resounding bass, and resonant bells in an instant. The classic Moog Ladder filter can run in low-pass or high-pass mode. Three dedicated analogue envelopes work dynamically with the sequencer to give highly manipulatable, breathing, dynamic tones that can be created or subdued at the turn of a knob. Each DFAM ships with a package of Moog patch cables that unlock access to the 24-point modular patchbay which you can use to create new sounds of synchronise with other DFAM or Mother-32 units. You can even integrate your analogue instruments into a modular Eurorack production environment.