A celebration of Moog history supported by rarities from the archives of The Bob Moog Foundation...
Bob poses at his workbench in Williamsville, NY, 1973. Note the cables hanging on the right, used for the modular units.
Bob Moog poses during a two day trip to the Systems and Technology in Music shop in Kalamazoo, MI, where Roger Powell gave in-shop clinics on synthesis. (1974)
While in Kalamazoo, Greg Hockman (former Moog sales representative and owner of Systems and Technology in Music) arranged for a lecture and special television taping at the local college – Western Michigan University.
Photo credit: Mark Hockman
Bob playing a theremin that he made at the Bronx High School of Science, early 1950s.
Bob with Big Briar Theremin Series 91A, posing in a promotional photo for a mid-1990s catalog.
Bob lecturing at York University in Toronto, 1974. He used prerecorded samples on tape to assist in his demonstrations.
Bob lecturing at York University, Toronto, 1974. Note the central figure in the background -- that's his first wife Shirleigh Moog!
Bob lecturing with a Moog Modular at the Audio Fair in London, 1973.
Iconinc shot with Minimoog and Moog Modular, 1973. Note the table the Moog Modular is sitting on, still used in the factory today!
Bob poses at Roger Powell's keyboard in Radio City Music Hall, NYC. Powell performed with his band Utopia.
Iconic 1975 promotional photo.
Bob poses with a Minimoog, Moog Modular, Moog Sonic Six, Moog Ribbon Controller and the Moog Drum Controller for a 1974 catalog.
Bob poses for a 1980's promo shot with the precursor to the touch pad to be featured on the upcoming Minimoog Voyager.
Bob at his work bench, 1978. The drawers behind him and the gear on his desk are still used by Moog engineers.
Bob giving a lecture on modular synthesis in the late 1980s.
All photos courtesy of the Bob Moog Foundation.