The Wall Of Doom Moog Modular Synthesizer


At the 2013 NAMM Show, Sonic State synth guru Nick Batt caught up with synth education rock star Marc Doty to take a look at the Wall Of Doom – a massive Moog modular synthesizer, owned by prog synthesist Erik Norlander.

Norlander generously shared his synth for the show with the non-profit Bob Moog Foundation, to help them demonstrate the power of Bob Moog’s work. Check it out:

As you might imagine, if you get that much synth geekitude in one place, and that much synth, something awesome is probably going to happen. And – while the vintage Moog modular sounds good on video – it sounded epic in person.

10 thoughts on “The Wall Of Doom Moog Modular Synthesizer

  1. true home of moog.. this is where they shine on like crazy diamonds

    i really wish they would make some modern modular systems at competitive prices, but ima go ahead and give up on that right now

  2. Probably really hard to catch the sound with no direct connection and in that environment, but it still sounds fantastic. As a person who’s just started down the modular rabbit hole, videos like this gives me the chills 😉

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