The 24dB/oct Ladder filter also features a sample and hold and step sequencer, for additional creative possibilities. … Read More Arturia MiniFilter V A Free Filter Plugin, Inspired By The Classic Moog Filter Sound
The vintage Memorymoog being offered, serial number 2626 was built at Moog Music’s Cheektowaga, NY factory in the mid-80s and is valued in excess of $6,500.… Read More The Bob Moog Foundation Is Giving Away A Classic Memorymoog
Moog Music shared this image of the first of the newly reissued Minimoog Model D synthesizers, at the studio of Trent Reznor.… Read More First New Minimoog Model D Finds Home In Trent Reznor’s Studio
UK-based studio Dorothy has introduced a new art print that reveals what goes on inside a Minimoog synthesizer. The creators say that the print ‘celebrates the cult of the Minimoog and the many musicians influenced by it.’ Here’s what they have to say about it: Dorothy’s cutaway print imagines a miniature world of musicians hidden inside… Read More New Poster Reveals What Goes On Inside A Minimoog Synthesizer
The Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer is an all-in-one synth that can be used as synth module, but also as a ‘gateway drug’ to so-called ‘West Coast’ synthesis. In this video review, Nick Batt of Sonic State takes a look at the 0-Coast, digging into sonic capabilities of each of the major sections.
Sunday Synth Jam: Rheyne shared this video, which captures a synth jam for a polyphonic Moog setup, based on three Mother 32 Euro modules, controlled by a KMI QuNexus. Here’s what Rheyne has to say about the technical details:
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.
The latest episode of the iOS App Update takes a look at Moog Music’s new Model 15 software synthesizer. Host Mitch Gallagher is joined by Sweetwater synth guru, Daniel Fisher, who helped develop the preset patches for the Model 15 app.