Jun 102015

Mar 092015

MFB Dominion 1 Synthesizer Review

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Feb 232015


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Feb 162015


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Feb 162015

AKAI Rhythm Wolf review

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Dec 202014

My Ambika synth gets a beautiful metal case.

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For a long time my Ambika was sitting on my desk, naked. Partly because it’s handy when you
want to change something, learn about the circuit, probe it with the scope, etc …
Also because I thought of designing my own sheet metal case at some point. But that turned out
to be so expensive for just a one-off it never happened. There is the Plexiglas one,
but I’m not really a fan of it.

So when community member Adrian designed this beautiful white metal case I decided to get one.
Personally I think it looks stunning, minimal and elegant. 1mm steel, white powder coated with
wooden end cheeks. Silkscreened on it is the beautiful artwork by Papernoise that has become
Mutable Instruments’ instantly recognizable visual style.


Dec 162014

GForce Oddity 2, what an amazing synth !

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Dec 152014

Sonic LAB: Moog Sub 37 Synthesizer

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Sep 292014

iZotope RX4 – Sonic LAB presentation

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Apr 122014

Amon Tobin Interview

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Dec 262013

A Synthesizer for Christmas

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A beautiful anthem for all us synth lovers !

Dec 172013

State-X New Forms 2013

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Last weekend we went to State-X New Forms. An eclectic arts and music festival in Den Hague.
We initially went to see The Orb who were performing the last gig of their 25th anniversary tour.
Being hardcore Orb fans we had to be there, especially since this tour had gotten some great reviews so far and we knew they would be playing mostly classic Orb tracks, meaning; the more down tempo, weird and wonderful ambient from Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld, Pomme Fritz, Orbus Terrarum, Orblivion and Cydonia … a lot of tracks they don’t often play.

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Sep 022013

Bitwig Studio

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This Bitwig Studio beta video demonstrates the unified modulation system in Bitwig Studio. Whether you’re working with macro controls, setting up modulation devices (such as LFOs or envelope followers controlling plug-ins), or just assigning velocity to the filter in our virtual analog synth—assignments are all made using the same powerful but easy-to-use concept.

For more information visit: www.bitwig.com

Jul 312013

Add expressive control to any keyboard

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Jul 202013

A Personal Statement from Michelle on the Transfer of Bob Moog’s Archives

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Dear Friend,

The Bob Moog Foundation takes seriously its role as the only non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting my father’s work for future generations. In was in this capacity that the Foundation made significant investments over the past seven years to rescue the majority of my father’s archives, and to protect and preserve them to prevent further deterioration from occurring.

Our efforts have included re-housing the collection in archival quality storage materials, securing climate controlled storage, cataloging thousands of items, cleaning and restoring a breadth of materials including almost 100 reel-to-reel tapes in the collection, and most recently securing state-of-the-art archival storage and processing facilities where researchers from around the world could access the archives.

We have also worked to share the archives through many exhibits from California to our local region, exposing tens of thousands of people to the unique information and insights that the archives contain.

We did this based on a verbal understanding that these documents would eventually be donated to the Foundation.

Yesterday, an announcement was made that Cornell University will be receiving Bob’s archives. The announcement was made by Bob’s widow, Ileana Grams-Moog, with whom we have been working closely for the past seven years, up until as recently as February 18, 2013.

The decision to abandon a pending agreement, which ignores the Foundation’s stewardship of my father’s archives, and move them out of Western North Carolina is disappointing and, we believe, not in keeping with my father’s intent. Asheville was my father’s home for 25 years and, in the end, his spiritual home. It is important that his archives remain in Asheville and that they are administered by the Bob Moog Foundation, where they can be considered within a wide musical and technological context and where they will benefit from being  interpreted by the unified network of experts that surround the Foundation’s work.

The Moog Family is saddened and surprised not to be part of the discussion to move our father’s archives away from the organization where they would receive the most well-rounded care, and away from the area where the Bob Moog Foundation, Moog Music, and Moogfest are located.

Over the years, you have been witness to all of the dedicated work we have done for the archives. Many of you have visited our exhibits and complimented our efforts. At this time, we ask that you support us on Facebook and other outlets by reposting and commenting in ways that are reflective of our work.

With or without Bob’s archives, the Bob Moog Foundation Archives remains a robust collection of historic materials that we have obtained, or that have been donated to us. We remain a repository of materials that represent the evolution of electronic music history. We are excited to be sharing some of the incredible material that we have obtained with you over the coming months. Please keep your eyes open for that.

I may be reaching out soon with other ways that you can help. Until then, I remain

Devotedly yours,



Michelle Moog-Koussa

Executive Director

Bob Moog Foundation

P.S. Should you have any concerns about this topic, please be in touch at info@moogfoundation.org.

[from: http://moogfoundation.org]