It looks like Moog Music will be making a major introduction on Monday, ahead to the 2015 NAMM Show.
Humbucker Music’s Moog Club sent this teaser, promising ‘huge news’, and ‘some of the biggest news in Moog history’ on January 19th.
2014 was a big year for new Moog synth introductions. Moog released the physically huge Emerson Moog Modular, but also the knobtacular Moog Sub 37 analog synthesizer, the tiny Moog Werkstatt synth modulae and the Theremini theremin synthesizer. 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
In this vintage tutorial video, Steve Porcaro (Toto), explains how to make bass sounds with a Moog Minimoog. Continue reading
Moog Music today released this mini-documentary to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moog Modular Synthesizer.
Fifty years ago, on October 12, 1964, Dr. Robert Moog introduced, at the Audio Engineering Society’s (AES) New York convention, an instrument that would revolutionize the world of music and instrument design.
The Radio Shack Realistic Moog MG-1 Synthesizer is one of those synths that people love to hate and hate to love.
It’s a bizarre little synth, that combines elements of an electric organ and a stripped-down Moog synthesizer. And it’s got some horrific build issues. But it also features a Moog filter, great analog sound and was a great first synth for a lot of synthesists. Continue reading
This video, via sonicstate, takes a look behind the scenes with the Will Gregory Moog Ensemble. The Ensemble plays ‘switched on’ versions of classical music, John Carpenter and more.
Nick Batt talks with Gregory about the origin of the Ensemble, their gear and more.
In this set of videos for the Bob Moog Foundation, synthesist Marc Doty offers his take on the history of the rare Moog Apollo synthesizer.
Along the way, he explains the convoluted relationships of the Apollo to the Polymoog Synthesizer, the Polymoog Keyboard and even the Moog Constellation of synthesizers. Continue reading