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.
If you ever needed a reason to buy a Moog analog synthesizer, then this 16 minute video performance might be it.Â Surely, the best musical demo of both synths to date.
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.
The good people at Synthtopia shot this video at MoogFest's Pop-Up factory with TJ Mills who shows how they build a Minimoog Model D synthesizer.
MoogFest 2016 is about to start its final day. Here's highlights, courtesy of the Moogfest YouTube channel, of day 1 and 2 with some inspiring words too.
After a successful Kickstarter, Data Garden are making 60 MIDI Sprouts available to buy on May 22nd at 12pm EST. Because Plants can make music too using your synths or iOS devices.
Moog's Minimoog Model D has been the talk of the synth-corner of the internet since we spotted two days ago. In this video Celldweller demos the new version at MoogFest and explains what's new.
In short, Arturia's V Collection 5 includes 17 authentic recreations of the legendary synths, organs, electric pianos and more that made music history'"enhanced to help you make tomorrow's music.
Some readers doubted whether our story on the Minimoog Model D yesterday was real. Now we have official confirmation direct from Moog Music about the reissue of the classic monophonic analog synth.
The recent Model 15 app had us all wowed, but Moog Music aren't finished there. They are about to announce a re-issue of the Minimoog model D.Â And just in time for MoogFest 2016 too :)
These are incredible times.... A $10,000 classic Moog synthesizer as a $30 iOS app? You'd better believe it, but even interesting is just how very good and usable this analog synthesizer emulation is.
One of the world's true pioneers of synthesizer music, Isao Tomita, died of heart failure in Tokyo on the 7th March, aged 84.Â Listen to two of his groundbreaking contributions to synth music here.
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.
Watch Julianna Barwick perform her beautiful, Look Into Your Own Mind, in the Moog Sound Lab using a couple of Moogerfoogers, a Sub 37 synth, and the popular semi-modular Mother-32 synthesizer.