Historic Moog Modular Coming to Bob Moog Foundation Booth at NAMM 2019

via The Bob Moog Foundation

“We are excited to announce our return to the 2019 NAMM Show with an expanded booth presence celebrating our recently launched endeavor, the Moogseum. We will have two adjoining booths, 10310 and 10409, for the Foundation and Moogseum respectively, located in Hall A, the synthesizer section of the NAMM floor, with our friends from KORG, Casio, and Roland nearby.

As

Bob Moog Foundation – Moogtastic Synth Portrait of Bob Moog – New Years Card

Pictured is the art on a New Years card sent my way via The Bob Moog Foundation. Click on it to see the synths. 🙂 P.S. The card is actually a bright white. Apologies for the poor lighting; my room isn’t the brightest at the moment. You can find better pics over on the Bob Moog Foundation’s site here.

The art is the Moogtastic mosaic featured on a T-Shirt and poster available at The Bob

Bob Moog Foundation Squarewave to Heaven Synth T-Shirt by David Lovelace, Posters, & Interviews

Soon to be a classic, this t-shirt was conceptualized and designed by our graphics guru David Lovelace. It has been so popular in Germany that we listed it on Amazon.de as well. Check it out here.

“Inspired by Bob Moog? So are we! The Bob Moog Foundation strives to ignite creativity in children and adults through the intersection of science, music, and technology. Your support helps our ongoing

ScottWorks | The Raymond Scott Festival This Weekend

via The Bob Moog Foundation

“If you live in or around Los Angeles, don’t miss ScottWorks | The Raymond Scott Festival, a very important one-day festival happening in your backyard on Saturday, September 8th. ScottWorks celebrates the work of composer, engineer, and electronic music pioneer Raymond Scott with a day of panels, discussions, and music, featuring archivists, historians, and the

New Moogseum.org Website Launches

via The Bob Moog Foundation

“Following the recent announcement of our plans to open a storefront Moogseum next spring in the heart of downtown Asheville [posted here], we have launched moogseum.org. Check out this page to sign up to volunteer, donate, or receive Moogseum updates. We will be adding to this site over time, so keep checking back to see how the project is progressing!”

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The Moog Source: Second Prize in the Moog Trifecta Raffle

Published on Aug 31, 2018 moogfoundation

“This vintage, pristine Moog Source is the second prize in our Moog Trifecta Raffle, which ends September 24, 2018 (or until all tickets are sold). Enter to win it, and the Memorymoog (Plus) and Moog Rogue here: http://bit.ly/MoogTrifectaRaffle. Three gorgeous vintage Moog synthesizers. Three winners.

Thanks to Asheville rockstar keyboardists Ben Hovey,

2018 Moog Trifecta Raffle: The Moog Rogue

Published on Aug 29, 2018 moogfoundation

“The Moog Rogue is the third prize in our incredible Moog Trifecta Raffle, which runs through September 24, 2018. This fully restored, two oscillator, compact synthesizer is known for it s outrageous bass sounds and its easy portability. You can read more about the Rogue and enter to win it (or the Memorymoog, or the Moog Source) here: http://bit.ly/

Bob Moog Foundation Trifecta Raffle featuring Memorymoog, Moog Source, and Moog Rogue

2018 Moog Trifecta Raffle: The Memorymoog Published on Aug 27, 2018 moogfoundation

“The Bob Moog Foundation is raffling three amazing vintage Moog synthesizers as part of its Moog Trifecta Raffle: a Memorymoog, a Moog Source, and a Moog Rogue. Check out the Memorymoog in this video, as discovered by three of Asheville’s hottest keyboardists. The raffle ends on September 24, 2018, or when all

Bob Moog Foundation Moving to Location of the Future Moogseum

via The Bob Moog Foundation

“August 21, 2018 (Asheville, NC) — Marking its twelfth anniversary, the Bob Moog Foundation has announced it will be moving its headquarters to a new space in the heart of downtown Asheville. The new location at 56 Broadway Street will be home to the Foundation’s operations, and the future home of its long-awaited Moogseum.

The Foundation’s offices will relocate

Synthesizers.com Prototype Auction to Benefit The Bob Moog Foundation

via this auction

“Synthesizers.com is auctioning this prototype of its Q170 MIDI Gates module to benefit the Bob Moog Foundation. This one-of-a-kind module was the first used and programmed by Roger Arrick. It is fully functional and warranted.

The Q170 MIDI Gates module produces gate signals from a stream of MIDI messages, either from a keyboard, a DAW or any MIDI source. Each of the 8