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.”

Moog Foundation with Lee

Published on Jan 28, 2019 TheStollies

“At the Moog Foundation NAMM2019 Booth. Plenty of the musicians at NAMM wanted to play the instrument, which has some history, as Lee explains.”

Moogseum – Bob Moog Foundation | NAMM 2019

Published on Jan 29, 2019 Under the Big Tree

“We visit with Lee Sebel, who tells us about the plans to build the Moogseum, a museum documenting the life and work of Bob Moog. The Moogseum will be in Asheville, NC, where the Moog Music factory and other synth manufacturers are located.

I don’t know about you, but this is going to make Asheville a bucket list destination for me!

Vintage Moog Modular Demo | NAMM 2019

Published on Jan 28, 2019 Under the Big Tree

“Electronic Musician Walter Holland shows us his gorgeous Moog Modular – a synthesizer that has been in continuous use since 1967. Previously owned by Patrick Gleeson and Don Preston, this instrument is a thing of beauty. Musician Michael Gough then shows us how it’s done, tickling the ivories in an improvisation that would make the late Keith

Vintage Moog Modular Synthesizer NAMM 2019

Published on Jan 28, 2019 Perfect Circuit

“The Moog Foundation (https://moogfoundation.org) brought this beautiful and gigantic vintage Moog modular synthesizer to NAMM and played a keyboard solo on it for us.

New Moog products available here: https://www.perfectcircuit.com/moog?u…”


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NAMM 2019 part 2 – Korg, Waldorf, Moog Foundation & Moogseum, Casio, Dexibell

Published on Jan 24, 2019 SynthMania

Korg – new keytars, special edition Kromes;
Waldorf – Kyra VA synthesizer (sounds spectacular)
Moog Foundation – carrying forward the heritage of Robert Moog
Moogseum – with original Moog modular from the late ’60s/early ’70s
Casio – new digital pianos – really impressive sound
Dexibell – great organ and piano keyboards, organ has super-cool moving drawbars

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