Moogstress Blog: Lucky, liberating number seven

The Bob Moog Foundation Turns Seven The number seven is considered significant in religion, music, literature, and math. It is often thought of as a lucky, magical, and even sacred number. On August 21, 2013, the Bob Moog Foundation (BMF) … Continued

Moog: A History in Recordings—Not a Moog

Not-a-Moog—Early Recordings Often Mistaken for a Moog (and Other Intriguing Cases) Last month, I offered a list of the very first ten commercial recordings to feature the Moog Modular Synthesizer. There are numerous other recordings from this same timeframe that … Continued

Bob Moog One-Off Design Finds its Way Home

Roger Powell’s Historic Keyboard Controller Now a Part of the Bob Moog Foundation Archives By Marc Doty The legacy of Bob Moog lives on in the work of musicians who worked closely with him. One such iconic artist is Roger … Continued

Moog: A History in Recordings by Thom Holmes

Guest blogger Thom Holmes explores how technology and musical artistry influence one another Some questions about electronic music are best answered historically. What qualities make electronic music inherently different than other music? Where did the idea originate to compose using … Continued

From Bob’s Desk: A Letter from the Executive Director

From Bob’s Desk: A Year End Letter from Michelle Moog-Koussa “Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool lessons are authentic, with real world relevancy that truly leave a lasting impact on our students.  I would love to see Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool continue to grow … Continued