It retails for under $700.
The DFAM, an acronym of Drummer From Another Mother, first appeared last year—attendees of Moogfest could assemble the drum machine themselves in a paid workshop. It builds on the architecture of the Mother-32 semi-modular synth, pairing an eight-step sequencer with two oscillators and a noise source. The synth architecture allows for FM modulation and hard sync, allowing users to create sounds more complex than your average drum machine. The signal then passes through Moog's signature ladder filter, which can be switched to low- or high-pass modes. Three envelopes are on board for modulation and tone shaping while a 24-point patchbay allows you to reconfigure the signal path, create more elaborate types of modulation and connect with Eurorack modular gear.
Watch a promo video for the DFAM.
The Moog DFAM is available now for $679.00.