As part of our spring 2015 raffle for a vintage, analog Moog Liberation, we delved into the story of this synthesizer. Composer and music educator Herbert Deutsch was an early collaborator of Bob’s with his first modules, and was the … Continued
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As we continue our spring 2015 raffle of a vintage, analog Moog Liberation, we turn to the people close to the instruments’ earliest roots, like Rock Wehrmann, a working musician, music educator, and the lucky guy who wrote the owner’s manual.
Three new Moog Liberation demo videos from our resident synth geek (and Archive and Education Specialist), Marc Doty.
Video 1: Vintage analog tone
Video 2: Fully polyphonic!
Video 3: Expressive controllers
UPDATED 4/27: CONGRATULATIONS to our winner of the Moog Liberation synthesizer, Asaf Sanzer of Natanya, Israel! Big Moog Love to everyone who entered! Your support is endlessly appreciated. The funding raised will help us expand Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool to hundreds … Continued
Grand prize is a Moog Liberation Synthesizer, serial number 1858.
From the Bob Moog Foundation Archives, in an ongoing effort to share the breadth of historic information we are honored to preserve, we present our next unveiling of 15 original schematics, some hand-drawn by Bob himself. View all our schematics on our main … Continued
Highlights from our annual journey to share Bob’s indelible legacy with the music-makers and innovators of NAMM.
We shared Bob’s legacy with a traveling version of Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, our 10-week science curriculum and flagship educational offering.
It’s our honor to present the iconic Moog modular of Michael Lehmann Boddicker. It may very well be the Moog modular that you’ve heard the most in your life, even if you’ve never heard of it.
In 2013, the Bob Moog Foundation received, on permanent loan, a variety of historically significant synthesizers from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. These instruments had been part of the Electronic Music Studio created by Dr. Art Hunkins starting … Continued