C.H.U.D. (Martin Cooper and David A Hughes cover)- Prophet X, Moog Sub 37, Tempest

Published on Sep 7, 2018 EverettDudgeon138

“Another Music Video. This time for a much lesser known score. While the film C.H.U.D. (Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers) has a pretty strong cult following it’s score went unreleased for decades until Waxwork records released it officially in 2015.

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Moog Gm Sound Exploration ep.1 Experimental & noise

Published on Sep 8, 2018 Levi Held

“All patches are explained in captions and is recorded direct with no processing in studioone
First in a little series all about exploring sounds in specific styles of music!
This video starts the series off with exploring Noise, ambient, and other experimental styles
Working on the low ground loop noise in my setup so hopefully that crackle that can be heard

7 Bob Moog images that say a lot about electronic music history

The story of electronic music making is ultimately a human one, even as those humans work with machines. So as the Bob Moog Foundation plans a Moog museum and expanded education, we share seven images from the archives that follow a thread through that history.

The Bob Moog Foundation is a non-profit American organization dedicated to continue the legacy of its namesake. And now they’re expanding their educational project for kids, the Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, which uses sound technology to teach engineering and science as well as culture. Plus they’re raising funds to create a physical Moogseum. And to do that, they’ve got some classic instruments to give away as fundraising items in a raffle (details below).

There are tons of amazing images and artifacts now in the foundation archives. But let’s examine a few that capture a set of moments across that history. Thanks to Bob’s daughter and Moog Foundation Executive Director, Michelle Moog-Koussa, for sending these to CDM. (Captions also courtesy Michelle.)


Roger Powell and Bob Moog with custom modular controller designed by Bob for Roger, at Radio City Music Hall.

Roger donated this controller to the Bob Moog Foundation, and it is now part of their archives and will be present at the Moogseum.


Bob Moog fixing Patrick Moraz’s Polymoog in Switzerland.


Bob Moog and Less Paul with the LAB Series Amp.


Bob Moog, Suzanne Ciani, Roger Powell, UIW.

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Bob Moog, Herbie Hancock, Will Alexander, NAMM.


Bob Moog lecturing at University of Michigan about Alwin Nikolias’ first commercially available Moog synthesizer.


Chick Corea and Bob Moog, Asheville Civic Center.

About that raffle:

A Memorymoog, Moog Source, and Moog Rogue will be offered as first, second, and third prizes, respectively. The Moog Trifecta Raffle marks the first time in the Foundation’s history that it is offering more than one raffle prize.

The raffle begins on August 27, 2018 at 12:01am EDT, and ends on September 24, 2018 at 11:59pm EDT, or when all 5500 tickets sell out, whichever comes first. Tickets are $25 each or five for $100, and can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/MoogTrifectaRaffle
Funding raised from the raffle will be used to expand the Foundation’s hallmark educational project, Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool, and to help fund its newest project, the Moogseum, which was announced last week. The Moogseum, a planned interactive, immersive facility that will bring Bob Moog’s legacy and the science of sound and synthesis alive for people of all ages, will be located in downtown Asheville, NC. It is expected to open in April 2019, with an online Moogseum to follow later that year.

All three synthesizers were built in Moog Music’s Buffalo, NY factory in the early 1980s, have been fully restored, and are in excellent technical and cosmetic condition with minor flaws typical with vintage instruments.

The Memorymoog, serial number 1460, has an estimated value of $7,500. It combines six voice polyphony to create a unique polysynth with three voltage controlled, articulated oscillators. Each voice has its own 24dB voltage controlled filter. It is often referred to architecturally as six Minimoogs, and is renowned for its rich sound.

The Memorymoog being offered has been retrofitted with a sequencer and MIDI capabilities, normally found only in Memorymoog Plus models. It has been meticulously serviced by vintage synth specialist Wes Taggart, a lauded technician for Memorymoog restoration.

The Moog Source is a 37 key, two oscillator synthesizer with unique features such as patch memory storage, flat-panel membrane buttons, single data wheel assignment, and more. It has two voltage controlled analog oscillators and the legendary 24 dB Moog filter. The unit being offered is serial number 2221 and has an estimated value of $2,400. The Source has been used by such legends as Tangerine Dream, Jan Hammer, Depeche Mode, Devo, and Vince Clarke.

The Moog Rogue is a compact, two oscillator monophonic synthesizer often referred to as “small but mighty” for its legendary powerful bass sounds. Versatile and user-friendly enough to be used as the Taurus II Bass Pedal synth, the Rogue has been used by Will Butler of Arcade Fire, Vince Clarke, Peter Gabriel, Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead, Howard Jones, and more. The unit being offered, serial number 4462, has been restored by acclaimed restoration house Tone Tweakers, and is valued at $2,000.


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The Son of Flynn on a Minimoog Voyager

Published on Sep 7, 2018 SYNTHWAY

“This is a simple, yet beautiful harmony from Tron: Legacy soundtrack. Once gain, with the beautiful Valhalla Vintage Verb.

Was having some fun with my beloved Voyager and while playing some G#m melodies, came with the right chord progression. The chords are not 100% because it wouldn’t be very good on a solo line (heard it, tried to use same chords, didn’t

Moog Grandmother Melodic Demo

Published on Sep 7, 2018 once upon a synth

“Demo of the Moog Grandmother semi-modular monophonic analog synthesizer. This is a sound demo made up of a few different patches, mostly melodic and soft/slow in nature.”

Moog Minimoog and Roland Juno-106 Synthesizer Jam

Published on Sep 7, 2018 Soundgas

“Another hallway demo. This one features Dec getting to grips with the Minimoog and Joel utilising an old friend, the Juno-106. The mini is being passed through a Korg SDD-3000 and generating some fantastic bass sounds while the Roland provides some excellent top-end.”

Mother 32 and Minilogue | Synth Jam | Bora York Hold You

Published on Sep 6, 2018 Chris Bartels

“Here I’m playing around with the two main synth parts on my new Bora York song, Hold You.”

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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