This video, via Uniquesquared, offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Moog Music factory. The tour features Moog’s Jim Debardi, discussing the Moog Slim Phatty, Little Phatty, and Moog Guitar.
Sunday Synth Jam: Bruno Ender Lee put together this extended space music video, which collects six live synth jams into a ‘video album’, Crystal Spaceship.
Part 1: Crystal Spaceship (includes: “Ice Crystals”, “Spaceship” & “Midnight”)
Part 2: Astral Clockwork (includes: “Spaceship_2″, “Astral Clockwork” & “Astral Odyssey”)
Composed, arranged & produced by Bruno Ender Lee; 2012 Velvet Voyage Productions
This quick video tip, via Jim McLaren, demonstrates how you can use an iPad, running Animoog, with the Moog Little Phatty to create a three-oscillator synth.
Used effectively, this approach can give you the best of both worlds – ie., hardware control + inexpensive synthesis + analog filter – and could also open up some new options for experimentation.
Saturday Synth Porn: The latest official Moog Minitaur video goes straight to the ‘synth porn’ category, because it dispenses with plot entirely and gets straight to the subsonic action.
Here’s the slightly text of the video – though we know you don’t watch this stuff for the text….
“…any sound, soft or loud, sweet or nasty,
creates a multidimensional envelope
that does more than intrude
it takes over not only your acoustic space,
but your mind space as well.
There is no escaping sound.
It meets your body
and forcibly enters your mind,
not just through your ears
but also via your bones…”