Ars Technica's 50 Years Of Moog

This fall represents the 50 year anniversary of the Moog synthesizer.  It was in October of 1964 at the Audio Engineering Society's annual conference that Bob Moog presented his paper on Voltage-Controlled Electronic Music Modules and demonstrated his prototype synthesizer modules.  To celebrate the Moog synthesizer's semicentennial, the tech enthusiasts over at Ars Technica have put together a retrospective look at the iconic instrument's inception as well as it's influence on the ever-evolving electronic landscape.

Read the full story: 50 years of Moog, the analog synth that still beats 1s and 0s.

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