An Interview With John Mills-Cockell (Syrinx / Intersystems)

This video, via Electronic Voyager, captures an interview with Canadian composer John Mills-Cockell, whose resume includes scores for The National Arts Centre, Toronto Dance Theatre, Toronto Repertory Orchestra and others; being a founding member of electronic rock band Syrinx and the multimedia group, Intersystems; and scoring Terror Train. 

Moog Brings Model 15 Modular Synth To iOS With Polyphony & MPE Support

Moog Music today introduced Model 15 for iOS – a software recreation of one of its classic 70’s hardware modular synthesizers. The Moog Model 15 hardware modular synthesizer was originally released in 1973, and was re-released last year as a $10,000 limited edition reissue, right. The system offers a complete analog synth voice. Moog Music says… Read More Moog Brings Model 15 Modular Synth To iOS With Polyphony & MPE Support

Support The Bob Moog Foundation & You Could Win A Vintage Minimoog

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

Analogue Solutions Shipping Moog-Inspired Nyborg-24 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