- Sight & Sound
May 23rd, 2011
May 22nd, 2011
Tomorrow would have been Bob Moog's 77th birthday and we've got the perfect present for him-- a new home for the company he founded in the heart of his beloved Asheville.
Maceo Meets Moogerfoogers
Beginning with the natural sound of Maceo’s Fresh N’ Funky Alto Sax, we quickly hurdle into another dimension by adding the MF-101 Low Pass Filter to the mix. Crankin’ on the Cutoff knob of the MF-101 Low Pass Filter draws out an analog “Wah” that allows for additional sonic articulations – say, “Wah-wah What?!?” It is recommended to keep the Resonance & Mix on the high side to bring out the most color when using this charismatic extension of your horn’s voice.
May 16th, 2011
May 13th, 2011
It's been a big week for theremin exposure on national TV. If Millhouse playing a theremin wasn't enough, last night Ke$ha demonstrated how she plays her Moog Etherwave Plus theremin on the Conan O'Brien show.
May 12th, 2011
UPDATE: This TRIVIA question is closed! Moog has the fastest, smartest, wittiest customers in the world. We'll announce the 50 winners tomorrow. Thanks to all that played.
Every now and again, we'll do a little thing we call Moog Trivia. We'll ask you a question of varying degree of difficulty and if you get it right and get your answer in faster than the rest, we'll send you a Moog Pocket Protector.
So let's kick this off with an easy one...
May 9th, 2011
The Moog Music sign went up on the new factory last week for all of downtown Asheville to see. It's inspired by the Moog logo cutout, backed with copper, on the rear panel of the Minimoog Voyager XL. The sign will light up the AVL night like a Solar backlit Minimoog Voyager Select Series. Ooooh fancy!
May 6th, 2011
The three Minimoog Tees designed by Drew Findley of Asheville's Subject Matter Studio in celebration of the Minimoog's 40th Birthday are on sale. Scoop up a 100% analog tee for the 100% analog love
May 5th, 2011
MoogMusic.com Re-Launches Today
Highlights Company’s Rich History & Showcases
Its Instruments & The Legendary Artists That Rely On Them
Asheville, NC – FOR RELEASE - On the cusp of Moog Music’s 61st anniversary, the North Carolina-based company is embarking on the next chapter in its history, breaking new ground in an industry it pioneered, via a fresh brand identity and all-new website that supercharges the storied brand and its unique electronic instruments used by millions around the world.
Little Phatty Editor Librarian
The Little Phatty Editor Librarian is designed to be the ultimate tool for organizing and creating presets for both the Little Phatty Tribute and Stage Editions. Through a MIDI connection from the Little Phatty to a computer, this program can receive single presets or an entire bank of presets from the Little Phatty - as well as replace individual presets or an entire bank.
This is a standalone editor program. If you would like the VST program see the related products in the right sidebar.
Attention all Little Phatty owners, here’s a great accessory for storing, editing, mutating, morphing, and creating presets. The Little Phatty Editor Librarian now available for use on both Mac and Windows platforms. You can download the software and try it out on demo by clicking the downloads tab below the images.