The Bob Moog Foundation has announced that they are raffling off a gorgeous vintage Moog Minimoog Model D synthesizer, with proceeds to benefit the Foundation. The Minimoog Model D being offered, serial number 3731 was built at Moog Music’s Williamsville, NY factory on February 7, 1974. It is in excellent technical and physical condition and has been… Read More Support The Bob Moog Foundation & You Could Win A Vintage Minimoog
2015 has been an amazing year for synth introductions – with major new synth lines from Roland, Yamaha and Korg; new modular synths, both big and small, from Moog and others; a new Prophet from Dave Smith Instruments; innovative new synths from smaller companies and hundreds of new synth modules. Here are the 10 most interesting… Read More The 10 Most Interesting Synth Introductions Of 2015
This video, via AskAudio Mag, captures an audio demo of the Moog Mother 32 synthesizer.
Analogue Solutions has announced that it’s now shipping the Nyborg-24 synthesizer — a Moog-inspired analog synth module. The Nyborg-24 is an analog synth voice that features a Moog-style 4-pole 24dB/octave low-pass filter. It shares many features with the Nyborg-12, except that the ’12 features an ‘Oberheim SEM-style’ filter. Both offer two analog VCO’s, a VCF, two EG’s, an LFO,… Read More Analogue Solutions Shipping Moog-Inspired Nyborg-24 Synthesizer
At Knobcon 2015, Moog Music today offered a sneak preview of a new synthesizer, the Mother32. The Mother32 is a Eurorack synth module that is a basic all-in-one synth voice. It comes in its own case, but can also be mounted in a Eurorack system. Architecturally, it is a single-VCO Moog synth voice – but with 32 audio… Read More Moog Going Eurorack With Mother32 Modular Synthesizer
SuperWave has introdcuced SuperWave Sirius, a new virtual analog synthesizer for Windows that features a Moog-inspired filter. Here’s what they have to say about Sirius:
Sunday Synth Jam: This vintage synth jam captures Donny Osmond, on the Donny and Marie show, playing a Moog modular, with three drummers and a horn section, on the jazz standard, Topsy.
Sunday Synth Jam: In the video below, ‘Space pop’ thereminist Clara Venice performs The Star Spangled Banner, on Moog Theremini: