Moog Island At Superbooth 16, With Mad Zach

At Superbooth 16, Moog Music did not make any new gear introductions, but they had a major presence, bringing their ‘Moog Island’ synth experience.

The original Moog Island of Electronicus was an early 70’s happening, organized by Moog marketing guru David Van Koevering. It’s been described as ‘a mind-expanding series of psychedelic events held on an island off the coast of Florida’.

At the Superbooth Moog Island, the company had nearly their complete line of synthesizers on hand for anyone to try out, and they had 8 of their new Mother-32 Eurorack synths racked up as a wall-o-synth.

This video captures some impressions from the booth, and a short section of a larger Mother-32 improvisation by Mad Zach.

6 thoughts on “Moog Island At Superbooth 16, With Mad Zach

  1. Pretty awesome modular improv by Mad Zach. I haven’t really seen someone do live modular that was interesting. Much better than hearing fart noises and bloops for 30 minutes straight…

  2. Great video quality! (contrast, saturation, sharpness, aspect etc). What camera is used?
    I will refrain from further comment, to each his own on the subjective nature of audio!

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