Moog Music shared a few teaser images today of their new synthesizer, to be released at the 2013 NAMM Show, that just might be called……the Sub Phatty:
J.Lewis has released a free collection of 33 patch presets for Moog’s Animoog software synth for the iPad.
You can preview them above.
This video is ultimately a promo for a Sound Guru sample library – but the bulk of the video is a comparison between a classic Minimoog Model D synthesizer and a modern Moog Minimoog Voyager.
How do you think they compare?
Moog Music has introduced The Ladder Filter, the first in its 500 Series of modules. The new module is based on Bob Moog’s classic filter design.
The 500 Series is a Pro Audio Industry Standard for modular rack recording units. Moog Music will now be producing modules for the 500 Series standard and the Pro Audio industry.
“There have been a lot of firsts for Moog this year,” says Mike Adams, President/CEO of Moog Music. “The release of Animoog, the first professional synthesizer for the iPad has introduced us to whole new segment of customers. Now, The Ladder will reacquaint Moog with the Pro Audio community that embraced Moog Modular Synthesizers in the 1960′s. We are very happy to see the market embracing this exciting format and we look to developing other modules.”
Here are the details on Moog’s new The Ladder Filter.
History of Electronic Music: This Moog Foundation video captures Herb Deutsch, who collaborated with Bob Moog in the creation of the Moog synthesizer, reminiscing at Moogfest 2011 about the creation of the first Moog synthesizer, which evolved into the Minimoog.
Moog Music has moved into its new production facility in Asheville, NC.
Moog’s new facility is a former auto dealership building that had fallen into disrepair. The warehouse was once a horse stable. Moog announced the purchase of the building in May of 2010.
In this video, Moog President Mike Adams takes you on a tour of the new facility.