Moog's Minimoog Model D played a pivotal role in the development of modern music from electronic to pop and far beyond. Here's its story from creation to the present day.
NI teamed up with Bob Moog Foundation to create a distinctive Kontakt instrument that captures iconic modular synthesizers, programmed and recorded by renowned producers and musicians.
These 4 great-sounding Moogerfooger plug-ins, part of Avid's Complete Plugin Bundle, bring the classic Moog sound to your tracks. Here's how.
Enter the Bob Moog Foundation raffle and you have the chance to win one of three vintage analog synthesizers from the Moog back catalogue: Memorymoog, Moog Source and the Moog Rogue.
Check out this video demo of the upcoming Moog Grandmother in action, as well as a look around the popup Moog factory to see how they get made.
Check out this video comparison of the Moog DFAM and Mother-32, as well as a review from Loopop, plus our in-depth review by synth expert Rishabh Rajan.
It might look outwardly similar to the Sub 37 but Moog's latest special edition - limited to 2000 units worldwide - has a lot more going on under the hood than meets the eye.
A fat sound is highly prized, but not all synths can really do the business. Synth expert Marc Doty reveals the secrets behind the Minimoog’s unique and much-loved sound.
In less than 2 minutes, one of the pioneers of synthesis, Bob Moog, explains and demonstrates the basics of synthesis.
Here's an interesting mini-documentary exploring the influence of Moog and Buchla on the current crop of modular synth makers and artists filmed at Machines in Music 2016, New York.
Portishead's Adrian Utley talks about the Moog Minimoog analog synthesizer, its unique, wonderful sound, and how it was used to create the synth sounds on the recent Portishead "SOS" track, ABBA cover
Ever wonder what’s really going on inside the iconic, monophonic Minimoog analog synthesizer when you’re playing it? This poster reveals just that…
If you thought that Bob Moog or Don Buchla made the first commercially available synthesizer, think again. Back in 1941 this Hammond NovaChord ruled the waveforms. Here's your chance to see & hear it.
Bob Moog is arguably the most influential synth maker and musical instrument pioneers ever. And you can discover more about his life from 1934-2005 via this interactive timeline on the BMF website.
Fancy a desktop analog monophonic synthesizer based on Bob Moog's legendary Minimoog Model D? Then the Crowminius by Scott Rider, currently on Kickstarter, will be of interest.