Jean-Michel Jarre – Waveshaper TV Ep.14 – Voyager archive series

Published on May 28, 2019 Waveshaper Media

Electronic Voyager on Indiegogo:

“From our Bob Moog documentary – Electronic Voyager Archive Series: Michelle Moog-Koussa pays a visit to electronic music legend Jean-Michel Jarre in his studio outside of Paris, giving us an extensive tour of his collection of Moog instruments, and discussing Bob Moog’s impact on

MOOGERFOOGER: origins of the name – Electronic Voyager outtake w/Edd Kalehoff

Published on May 24, 2019 Waveshaper Media

“Electronic Voyager on Indiegogo:

Ever wonder where the name MOOGERFOOGER came from? Here’s the story behind the name for Moog’s line of beloved effect pedals, c/o the man responsible for the name – television composer Edd Kalehoff.

MUSIC: The Godfather of it All – by Matt Morton (Milan Records)”

The Moogseum is Coming!

Published on May 20, 2019 moogfoundation

“10 years in the making, the Bob Moog Foundation is thrilled to announce that the Moogseum will open in downtown Asheville, NC on May 23, 2019! You can read more at or”

Announcing Modular Icons Sound Bank for Kontakt!

Published on May 9, 2019

“We are thrilled to announce our collaboration on the new MODULAR ICONS sound bank with industry giant Native Instruments, featuring some of the most coveted, rare, vintage modular synthesizers in the world. Modular Icons features sounds by Jean-Michel Jarre, Steve Porcaro, Mark Isham, Jeff Rona, Michael Boddicker, Benge, Walter Holland, Robing Rimbaud (Scanner),

Electronic Voyager: Retracing Bob Moog’s Sonic Journey – OFFICIAL TRAILER

Published on Apr 30, 2019 Waveshaper Media

“Electronic Voyager is slated for release in 2020. Now in the final stages of post-production, the film is raising finishing funds via Indiegogo.

From Waveshaper Media, the Toronto-based production company behind the pivotal electronic music documentary I Dream Of Wires, seen widely on Netflix, comes Electronic Voyager. Electronic Voyager is a new

The EPIC Vintage Minimoog Model D Signed by Stevie Wonder!

Published on Apr 18, 2019 moogfoundation

“Enter to win it here:!! We are so honored to have the inimitable and stunningly talented Stevie Wonder sign the subject of our 2019 Spring Raffle, a gorgeous, vintage Minimoog Model D synthesizer. Check the synth out here as Asheville-based funk keyboardist Thomson Knoles of STIG explores the depth and sonic fun that

BMF: Quick Sonic Exploration of 2019 Raffle Minimoog Model D, Signed by Stevie Wonder!!

Published on Apr 10, 2019 moogfoundation

“Check out Asheville funk STIG keyboardist Thomason Knoles explore the sonic diversity and power of this one-of-a-kind vintage Minimoog Model D, which has been played and signed by the legendary, magical Stevie Wonder, making it a true collector’s item as well an incredible, iconic instrument. ENTER TO WIN this synth here and support the Bob Moog

Buchla – Electronic Music as Performance Art | Synthplex 2019

Published on Mar 30, 2019 Under the Big Tree

“Marc Doty, renowned historian of electronic music, delivers a fascinating presentation on the history of Don Buchla, including the context of experimental music in which he developed his amazing ideas. This lecture is an absolute must watch for any serious devotee of the craft of electronic music. Watching Marc tear down the notion of East Coast vs.

Bob Moog Foundation Raffle for Minimoog Signed by Stevie Wonder, Moogseum Update & Summercamp

via The Bob Moog Foundation

“Every year we endeavor to bring you a truly exceptional Minimoog as part of our annual raffle. This year we are honored to offer a gorgeous vintage Minimoog in excellent physical and technical condition, played by the phenomenal Stevie Wonder and signed with his fingerprints, which are affixed to the synthesizer in a brass and plexiglass archival enclosure!


Bob Moog Foundation Previews Moogseum At 2019 NAMM Show

Published on Jan 29, 2019 Synthtopia

“At the 2019 NAMM Show, The Bob Moog Foundation was offering a preview of their upcoming ‘Moogseum’ – a new museum space, in Asheville, NC.

We talked with the Foundation’s Online Education Coordinator, Lee Sebel, who gave us a demo of a classic Moog modular – and a preview of what to expect with the Moogseum.”