Minimoog Voyager® FAQ
Does it sound like the original minimoog?
Yes, the layout has changed and new features have been added, but we went to a lot of trouble to make sure the sound of the original is there.
Is the Voyager a real analog synth?
Yes. EVERYTHING in the audio path as well as the LFOs and Envelope Generators are analog.
Does it stay in tune?
What are Moog's online payment options?
Moog Music accepts payment via Visa, Mastercard and Discover credit cards.
What is Moog's Return Policy?
All sales are final and Products cannot be returned without Moog's prior authorization. All returned material is subject to a 10% restocking charge after inspection and approval.
Moog warrants its products to be free of defects in materials or workmanship, and shall conform to specifications at the time of shipment, for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
Moog Music understands your concerns about privacy. We want you to understand what types of information we collect on this site and what may happen to that information.
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Do you offer an extended warranty on Moog products?
What is Moog's standard warranty?
Moog warrants its products to be free of defects in materials or workmanship and conforming to specifications at the time of shipment for a period of one year from the date of purchase. During the warranty period, any defective products will be repaired or replaced, at Moog’s option, on a return-to-factory basis. This warranty covers defects that Moog determines are no fault of the user.
Does Moog Music stock original Moog parts for older Moog products?
Is Moog Music the same company that used to be in New York state?
Yes and No. Bob Moog moved to Asheville from New York in 1978 and in 1994 started a new company called Big Briar. (The "Moog" name was not available at that time.) After a long legal battle, Bob finally secured the "Moog" name and changed the name of the company from Big Briar to Moog Music Inc. Mike Adams came on board as the President of Moog Music in 2002.
Where can I purchase Moog Music products?
What's a control voltage?
Control voltages are the signals used in analog synthesers (and some effects) to cause changes in parameters. Those parameters could be pitch, timbre, volume, or others.