George Harrison's "Electronic Sound"

"Electronic Sound" is George Harrison's first solo album, released on Zapple Records (an offshoot of Apple) in 1969.  George had recently become aware of the Moog synthesizer while in Los Angeles, and purchased one for use in England.

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MOOGFEST SOUND LAB | YACHT | Plastic Soul

YACHT came into the Moog Sound Lab during Moogfest and re-imagined their song “Plastic Soul”. Claire Evans’ voice is processed through a Moog 500 Series Analog Delay. Jona Bechtolt uses mesh drum triggers to control 6 rack mounted Minimoog Voyagers, while Jeffrey Brodsky uses a Little Phatty to control a polyphonic chain of Slim Phattys.

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50 Years Of Moog

The Moog synthesizer turns 50 this year, and MusicTech.net is celebrating with a series of articles focusing on the iconic instrument.

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All Sounds Sub 37

This composition inspired by the Galilean moons of Jupiter demonstrates a range of delicate and vintage sounds within the SUB 37 Bob Moog Tribute Edition. With the exception of processed banjo and glockenspiel, all of the sounds have been created using a Sub 37.

Learn more about the Sub 37 here.

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'Getting Lucky' With Basson And Theremin

Earlier this month, the city of Coldwater, Ontario held their fourth annual Steampunk Festival.  On August 9th, Throughout the event, Coldwater hosted over 50 steampunk vendors, reptile shows, falconry and steampunk design exhibits- and what is quite possibly the most unique cover of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" to date.

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Sub 37 | Analog Architecture

Moog Music Chief Engineer Cyril Lance gives an overview of the technical effort and advancements made during the design of the Sub 37 analog synthesizer. Lance gives insight into the Sub 37’s new VCO design, mixer architecture, filter topology, as well as the implementation of paraphonic functionality via Duo Mode.

The sonic exposition of the Sub 37’s performance potential is presented by formidable multi-instrumentalist Cory Henry. Henry is also a member of the Grammy Award Winning group Snarky Puppy.

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