A low-cost monophonic synth from Moog Music.  It was introduced as a follow-on to the Micromoog, which it replaced in the catalog in 1979.  It was quite similar in features, the main differences being the inclusion of two VCOs versus the Micromoog's one.  Additionally, the Prodigy featured two envelope generators, one dedicated to the VCA and one to modulating the VCF.  The Prodigy remained in production until Moog stopped all synth production in 1985.

The Prodigy acquired a reputation for being paritculary good for bass patches, and it lent its name to the Big Beat band The Prodigy in the 1990.  

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