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
How Bob’s legacy moved through our work at NAMM via top session musician Michael Boddicker and his magnificent modular synthesizer.
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.
This month, I want to highlight several outstanding benchmarks in recorded Minimoog performances, some well-known and others largely overlooked in the annals of popular music history.
Love great synth parts? Then you’ll love these videos with Bubba’s commentary.
Thom Holmes wanted to share a few Moog soundtrack appearances that surprised him, and that we think you would enjoy tracking down:
The history and functionality of the Moog Apollo is really the history and functionality of the Moog Polymoog.
We’ve just added four new prizes including a Dubreq Stylophone and the SampleMoog software of over 1700 synth sounds.