At ContinuuCon, Make Noise founder Tony Rolando gave a talk, offering his take on the ‘East Coast Synthesis’ & ‘West Coast Synthesis’ traditions.
Village of Trumansburg, NY has installed a new historical marker, placed outside of the building that housed the original R.A. Moog company on Main Street. The building is where the Moog modular and Minimoog were developed and produced. Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director of The Bob Moog Foundation, and composer David Borden (Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Company) unveiled the… Read More Trumansburg, NY Unveils R. A. Moog Historical Marker
The producers of Electronic Voyager, an upcoming documentary about Bob Moog, shared this video interview with synth pioneer Herb Deutsch.
Robert Fantinatto and Jason Amm, the Director/Producer team behind the modular synthesizer documentary, “I Dream Of Wires,” are producing a new documentary, “Electronic Voyager,” in association with The Bob Moog Foundation. Amm and Fantinatto, as Waveshaper Media, launched the documentary project today on Kickstarter. “We aim to create a definitive and personal documentary about the… Read More Bob Moog Documentary Project, ‘Electronic Voyager,’ Launched on Kickstarter
Sunday Synth Jam: This pair of videos captures composer Edmund Eagen performing with an Ethervox theremin, controlled by the Haken Continuum keyboard.
This video, via Chris Stack (experimentalsynth), captures an overview and performance demo by Bob Moog of the theremin.
Moog Music today announced that – after 13 years & 14,000 instruments, it will be ending production of the Minimoog Voyager, the last synth designed by Moog founder Bob Moog, right. According to the company, the introduction of the Minimoog Voyager in 2002 “signaled the rebirth of Moog Music, and the re-emergence of the analog… Read More Moog Announces End Of Production Of The Minimoog Voyager
There’s a cool image of synth pioneer Bob Moog in Google Maps Street View – a mural at 170 Broadway, in Asheville, North Carolina.