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Beginning on May 2, 2014, The History Center in Tompkins County, in partnership with the Bob Moog Foundation, will open the exhibition Switched-On: The Birth of the Moog Synthesizer. Illustrating the story of Dr. Robert Moog and the creation and evolution … Continued
Virtuoso synthesist Erik Norlander and his band The Galactic Collective perform a benefit tribute concert for the Bob Moog Foundation with three very special guests: fully restored vintage instruments from the Bob Moog Foundation Archives, including a 1967 Moog Modular, an early Minimoog Model D, and an … Continued
Twenty Dollars Could Put This Legendary Sonic Superstar in Your Hands January 6, 2013 – We are delighted to announce that Mads Wilken of Copenhagen, Denmark has won the Minimoog Model D signed by Gary Numan. We talked to … Continued
Jazz Embraces the Moog Synthesizer By Thom Holmes Jazz was one of the last major genres of music to embrace the synthesizer. What made it possible for synthesizers to finally thrive in jazz was portability—the availability of portable performance instruments … Continued
Unique MiniWoouf beanbag could be yours! See more photos below! Our MiniWoouf sofa stole the show at NAMM (click here for photos!), and now you can get in on the action with a MiniWoouf bean bag of your very … Continued
A duophonic Minimoog, a massive Moog modular and a very cool couch–NAMM 2013 in photos. The NAMM show 2013, which took place in Anaheim, CA January 24-27, was a resounding success for the Bob Moog Foundation. From demos of vintage … Continued
From mastering trig to his designs being sent up in the space shuttle… “I realized then that not only were my electronics studies helping me understand my musical endeavors, but also more importantly, my musical endeavors were helping me understand … Continued
From Bach to Yes, early exposure to new sonic possibilities changed Chris Stack’s life. “More than anything, the use of these new electronic instruments opened my eyes to the possibilities of using technology to create works that embodied new artistic … Continued
Influence. Brilliance. Genesis. Three keyboard legends have candid conversations about Bob’s legacy and how the Bob Moog Foundation is carrying it forward. Herbie Hancock: Influence Mike Garson: Brilliance. Morris Hayes: Genesis.