Right before the 2019 NAMM Show, Moog Music announced the release of a new bass synthesizer, the Sirin. This synth (which is limited to only 2500 units worldwide), has now landed at Vintage King and is ready to be shipped to low end fanatics everywhere. For the Sirin, Moog Music revived the Taurus bass synth sound engine and put it into the handy Minitaur form factor. The original Moog Taurus was a foot-operated synth and was manufactured from 1975 to 1981 and had another brief run as the Taurus II from in 1981 to 1983. The bass synth pedal was a favorite among Rush, Yes and many more legendary prog rock artists. The module form factor of the Sirin isn't the only upgrade from both the Taurus and Minitaur bass synths. The Sirin is capable of pulling off searing lead synth sounds, thanks to an extended pitch range that reaches far above the Taurus' middle C, all the way up to D8. Aside from controlling the Siren's sound via the on-board knobs, the synth features a free Editor/Librarian software and can be easily integrated with any DAW or MIDI controller. These features allow you to save up to 128 presets, automate parameters and further explore your new analog synth.
Andy Catlin If you’re interested in purchasing the limited edition Moog Music Siren, contact a Vintage King Audio Consultant via email or by phone at 866.644.0160.