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Make Weird Music | The Gear Spotlight

Make Weird Music | The Gear Spotlight

A conversation with Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director of the Bob Moog Foundation. Michelle was there as countless historic instruments were being developed in the workshop of her dad, Dr. Bob Moog.

Bob Moog Foundation Hosts a Virtual Listening Party of the Historic Abominatron Tapes to Bid Farewell to the Moog Prototype

Bob Moog Foundation Hosts a Virtual Listening Party of the Historic Abominatron Tapes to Bid Farewell to the Moog Prototype

The historic Abominatron tape is the audio recording originally sent to Herb Deutsch from Bob Moog in 1965, in which Bob explains in his own voice, every parameter of the Moog synthesizer prototype. The 84-minute reel-to-reel tape was donated to the Bob Moog Foundation Archives by Herb Deutsch, and has been carefully restored and transferred to digital format by Seva.

Brains On! How Do Synthesizers Work? [Podcast]

Brains On! How Do Synthesizers Work? [Podcast]

In this episode, we learn how these machines with keys, knobs, switches, buttons and sliders actually make sound. We’ll also travel back to the 1960’s and hear how synth pioneers like Bob Moog helped bring these sound making devices into the mainstream.

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Resident Advisor Exchange Interview with Michelle Moog-Koussa

Executive director Michelle Moog-Koussa sits down with UK based Resident Advisor to talk about forming the Bob Moog Foundation, archiving her family history, the Moogseum, and the Moogseum’s exhibits in Google Arts & Culture’s “Music, Makers & Machines.”

First Minimoog Voyager Ever Sold Now on Display In New Moogseum Exhibit

The Bob Moog Foundation is excited to unveil a special new exhibit opening at the Moogseum: Minimoog Voyager Signature Edition serial #002 signed by Bob Moog. In addition to being signed, this legendary synthesizer was hand-built, was the first ever sale from the current Moog Music, Inc., and was recently donated to the Bob Moog Foundation Archives by the Board of Directors President, David Mash, who has been its sole owner.

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