Korg MS-20 Mini & other new prizes added to Bob Moog Foundation’s Road to Innovation raffle

Updated Sept. 12, 2014: Our winners

Please join us in congratulating the winners of our Road to Innovation raffle! Our grand prize winner of a Korg MS-20 Mini is Nancy Nehls Nelson!

The winner of a Dubreq Stylophone S2 is Simon Woodrup. The winner of the Sample Moog virtual synth anthology is K.D. Forsha. The winner of a signed copy of “The Synthesizer” by Mark Vail is Adam Embree. We were not able to award the Subaru, as ticket sales did not meet the amount needed for us to award that prize.

THANK YOU and BIG MOOG LOVE to Prestige Subaru, Korg, Dubreq, IK Multimedia and Mark Vail for their generosity, and to all of you, our collaborators and partners in changing children’s lives with music, technology and science education. We can’t wait to show you what we plan to do for kids with these raffle funds!


We’re revving up our Road to Innovation raffle!

We’ve just added four new prizes to our Road to Innovation Raffle (in addition to the Grand Prize of a Subaru Outback or BRZ Coupe), and we are extending the raffle date to September 5, 2014.

The raffle is now open INTERNATIONALLY. The Grand Prize winner has the option of selecting one of the prizes below, instead of the Subaru Outback or BRZ Coupe.

The new prizes are listed below. Support science education, and your home studio might get a great new addition:

1. A Korg MS-20 Mini monophonic synthesizer

Korg’s iconic MS-20 monophonic synthesizer, first introduced in 1978, has been perfectly reproduced by the original engineer in a body that’s 86% of the original size, as the new MS-20 Mini. It offers the same thick, robust sound, iconic analog filter, and versatile patching options as the original.


2. A Dubreq Stylophone S2

New & improved next-gen sonic powerhouse! U.S. musicians might be less familiar with this instrument than those in the U.K. and the rest of Europe, but what’s good enough for Kraftwerk, Marc Bolan and David Bowie is good enough for anyone.

Not a toy, this is a powerful instrument in miniature. Just ask Marc Doty.


3. SampleMoog® Synth Anthology music sampler

SampleMoog® features over 1,900 sounds from 16 rare, collectable Moog synths, accurately sampled and fully produced with 32 built-in effects.


4. A copy of Mark Vail’s The Synthesizer

Subtitled “A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding, Programming, Playing and Recording the Ultimate Electronic Instrument,” this book will be personally inscribed to our winner. 432 information-packed pages.


Raffle funds support the Foundation’s flagship educational effort, Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool. Learn more about the SoundSchool here:






33 Responses to “Korg MS-20 Mini & other new prizes added to Bob Moog Foundation’s Road to Innovation raffle”

  1. Roman Egelhof

    I really need a new synth! Thank you very much 🙂

  2. Perry

    I had one in the 80s and I’m sorry I got rid of it. It was my favorite synthesizers, I’d love to have another one.

  3. Nyssen eddie

    I have the ms 10 for 15 years the sound is fantastic ! ….greeting from belgium.

  4. Marco antão

    I want it and i need it please! 🙂

  5. Eddie nyssen

    I have the ms 10 for 15 years the sound is fantastic ! Greeting from belgium

  6. Juan Herrera

    Definitely would love to win!

  7. Ryan Scott

    Thank you!

  8. Chad Osborn

    would go well in my modest studio.

  9. Stephen Miller

    I have been interested in synthesizers since I was a young boy. I love collecting and playing what I can, sadly you know these things cost money. Most of my gear is craigslist or garage sale finds so I were to win this contest I would be eternally grateful.

  10. Simon bathie

    i’d love the synth ,. always wanted one,. could never afford it,.

  11. John Mitchell

    I hope i win i could really use it

  12. Kian Hamilton

    please please please MS-20 has always been a dream of mine to own:)

  13. jacob geryk

    hope I win!!!

  14. Dulio Alejandro Gomez

    I always wanted one of these! :’)

  15. Adam

    I would absolutely love an MS-20 to work with in my upcoming work.
    It would make producing sweet analogue sounds all the more easy.

  16. marcus

    please come to our family

  17. Robert Goldie

    Always loved Korg synths. I had a shot of the new ms-20 and it still sounds as awesome as the original. Unfortunately my piggy bank is a bit low at the moment. Boo-hoo!

  18. wouter

    i want this

  19. Mikey Vranek

    I love synths!!

  20. Tom Martin

    Have been a Moog user since the late 70’s.
    Have a Voyager in the studio as we speak.
    Moogs are my favorite toys!!!!!


  21. Tom Martin

    Have been a Moog user since the late 70’s.
    Have a Voyager in the studio as we speak.
    Moogs have always been my prized and favorite toys!!!!!


  22. Peter Söllner

    I love taking use of Synthesizers

  23. Daniel


  24. Mateo Relief

    I love Korg that I use & abuse in my compositions…

  25. justin d Lewis

    Mark Vail’s book has been a great companion reader – I’d love an updated version! (aside from the MS, style phone, and sample library, of course).

  26. Grolier Adrien

    I want it.

  27. Marko

    I’d like to win first prize from a list.

  28. robert cooper

    Love this machine.

  29. Joshua Cogdill

    I Love you Moog!

  30. Christian Mendoza

    Would love to get my hands on one

  31. George Marial

    Just hoping for some synthy goodness!

  32. Roland Lauridsen

    “I’ll keep my fingers crossed & keep up the Xlent work
    Best regards Roland

  33. Psychatrone Rhonedakk

    I’ve got an original MS-10,….what is the difference with the MS-20(2 generators,maybe)? Great old wild filters on mine! Sure would be a dream for anyone not having the original beast!

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