Here’s a follow up on yesterday’s Moog Sub 37 synthesizer review post - an in-depth look at the deep modulation architecture of Moog’s latest synth.
In the video, Moog Product Specialist Amos Gaynes discusses the underlying philosophies and design goals for the Sub 37. He also explores the wide range of modulation possibilities and sequencing options available via the Sub 37’s front panel: Continue reading
The latest episode of Sonic State’s Sonic Lab review series takes a look at the new Moog Sub 37 Paraphonic Analog Synthesizer.
Host Nick Batt takes a look at the Moog Sub 37 and comes away impressed, Continue reading
This awesome vintage photo captures Micky Dolenz of The Monkees, looking super-cool playing the Moog modular (around June 1967). Continue reading
This video, via CZRider01, captures a demo of the classic R. A. Moog 907 Fixed Filter Bank. Continue reading
In this vintage tutorial video, Steve Porcaro (Toto), explains how to make bass sounds with a Moog Minimoog. Continue reading
This morning, Moog Music announced the discontinuation of their Slim Phatty Analog Synthesizer: a tabletop, “poly-chainable ideation” of the Little Phatty Analog Synthesizer.
Moog will continue to build the Slim Phatty in limited quantities at the Moog Music factory in Asheville, NC, while parts and materials remain.
At the 2014 NAMM Show, Moog Music introduced the Theremini – a new take on the theremin that offers traditional analog control, combined with an advanced synthesis engine.
The Theremini comes with 32 patch presets – but when we talked with Moog at NAMM, they told us that they were working on a patch editor that would let you create custom patches for it.
Today, Moog released Theremini Advanced Software Editor, a free iPad app that unlocks the sound design potential of the new theremin. (Windows and OS X versions are also planned). Here are the details….. Continue reading