Moogfest 2012 Voyager Raffle

A piece of Moogfest history can be yours with signed Voyager synthesizer


UPDATE: The raffle for the Moogfest Voyager ended on November 30th, 2012. On December 1st, we drew a name via a random number generator. Jason Murray of Australia has won the Moogfest Voyager! Congratulations Jason and THANK YOU to everyone who participated. 

The Bob Moog Foundation is raffling a Minimoog Voyager synthesizer signed by a host of artists and panelists who performed at Moogfest 2012. Donated by our friends over at Moog Music, Inc., this year’s model is the Minimoog Voyager Electric Blue Edition featuring a gorgeous electric blue backlit panel and fractal blue (black with tiny blue specks) solid ash cabinet. The retail price of this, award-winning instrument is over $3,500, but could be yours for as little as $20!

Purchase your raffle ticket for $20 or six for $100 here.

 “The Minimoog Voyager, designed by Bob Moog himself and released in 2002, is an updated version of the original Minimoog with 21st century advantages to carry the archetype into the future. The Voyager is the definitive American synthesizer, a lovingly hand-crafted, monophonic, monotimbral high performance instrument with enormous sonic range and possibilities. From its famous ladder filters to its innovative Touch Surface Controller, the Minimoog Voyager is the ultimate in analog.”  — Moog Music, Inc. website.

The following Moogfest 2012 artists and panelists  have signed  the Voyager, making it a one of a kind synth:

Nas, Ana Sia, Shpongle, Paul and Phil  Hartnoll of Orbital, the Magnetic Fields, Santigold, Thomas Dolby, GZA, Richard Devine, Squarepusher, Carl Craig, Miike Snow, Les Claypool of Primus, Bear in Heaven, Explosions in the Sky, Morton Subotnick, Richie Hawtin, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Alessandro Cortini, Chad Hugo, Herb Deutsch, and the entire team that brought you the Google Doodle.

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The raffle runs through midnight November 30th or when tickets run out. The number of tickets available  will be limited to 700. The price of the tickets is $20 for one ticket or $100 for six.

You can purchase your tickets through online, through our BMF store.

We have updated our Terms and Conditions for the raffle, so please be sure to read them over carefully before completing your purchase! 

Good luck!

5 Responses to “Moogfest 2012 Voyager Raffle”

  1. Cristian

    Un instrumento por si solo, solo es un mueble, la magia esta en la mente del hombre canalizada por sus ejecuciones.
    Me encantaría plasmar mis sueños en una de estos muebles musicales.

  2. Cliff Gasior

    Moog Rocks!!

  3. J. Kerr

    Such a truly extraordinary opportunity you are offering in this raffle here; thank you for extending the opportunity to participate in this exciting & unique event! My sincere best wishes to all at the Bob Moog Foundation for creating & sponsoring this thrilling contest, & for offering so generously to donate this technologically significant musical machinery. Very good luck to all bidders, ticket-holders, & fellow contestants here; may the luckiest person win & create some compelling new sonic works with the awarded prize. J. K.

  4. Bryan Erickson

    I love new moogs Fat bass, and great leads. Only wish I could afford to get one some day.. I will review it If i win it, and i would never sell it, and i would promote the heck out of it. Amos, and all you guys working on this stuff are great and thanks so much for keep on making more moog stuff!!!!!!


  5. Fernando

    That would be my perfect christmas gift. Just had this month salary, was about to buy a six pack ticket but they got sold out! Well, praying with my one ticket, even if never luck, I still hope one day that Karma changes!
    Thanks to Bob Moog and the amazing vision he had of the world, and mostly, this foundation!

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