The Moog Prodigy, the Minimoogs little brother and a synth so good, Liam Howlett named his band after it. A two oscillator monophonic analog synth released in 1979. 11.000 units have been produced, of which only the versions released after 1981 incorporated a CV/gate input on the back. This synth had a very bare bone, minimalistic set of features, with 2 VCO, 3 waveforms, 1 filter, etc., lacking a noise generator, for example. One of its core strengths was the oscillator-sync feature, enabling it to produce those roaring synth leads. The Moog Prodigy has been famously used by The Prodigy, Blur, Massive Attack, Depeche Mode, Fat Boy Slim, Nine Inch Nails, Rammstein, Snap!, Snarky Puppy and many more.