The Bob Moog Foundation is thrilled and honored to announce the launch of its annual raffle for an iconic, highly coveted vintage Minimoog® Model D synthesizer. This year’s prize has been signed by the legendary Stevie Wonder, whose career has helped … Continued
Part One: The Delivery Saga The Haloed Memorymoog. Probably the Henry the VIII of all the late 70s/early 80s poly analog synths, equally as big and mythical. Also, just as finicky and vindictive. Michelle Moog-Koussa, the executive director of the … Continued
The Bob Moog Foundation is incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation under the laws of the State of North Carolina for the primary purpose of preserving and honoring the legacy of Bob Moog through science, education and historical preservation. … Continued
Stunning Instrument: Gorgeous Handcrafted Cabinet and Updated Oscillators WINNER ANNOUNCED: Tuesday, April 5, 2016. Lars Kristen of Porvoo, Finland, is the winner of the 2016 Minimoog Raffle. Here is his reaction to winning: “Very long ago, in the very early … Continued
UPDATED 4/27: CONGRATULATIONS to our winner of the Moog Liberation synthesizer, Asaf Sanzer of Natanya, Israel! Big Moog Love to everyone who entered! Your support is endlessly appreciated. The funding raised will help us expand Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool to hundreds … Continued
Grand prize is a Moog Liberation Synthesizer, serial number 1858.
Don’t miss your opportunity to acquire one of the most desirable icons of synth history from the stewards of the history of synthesis at the Bob Moog Foundation.
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 … Continued
Bob Moog Foundation Announces impOSCar2 Software Controller Raffle A raffle to benefit the Bob Moog Foundation begins today. Two lucky winners will each receive the new impOSCar2 Controller from Touch Digital Controllers and an entire suite of five virtual instruments … Continued