Do It Yourself: Instrument Innovators & The Zappotron

This May, a global community of artists, futurists, makers, and thinkers will meet in Durham, NC, for Moogfest 2017, a 4-day celebration of the inventive spark that inspires radical new technologies. This year, Moogfest hosts presentations from a class of instrument designers whose creative fire forged pioneering inventions that permanently altered music's evolutionary topography.

Honoring Female Electronic Music Pioneers on International Women's Day

On International Women's Day, we honor the powerful female electronic music pioneers who are the foundation of our diverse sound communities. Below are thirteen of these icons and highlights of their cultural contributions.



Happy Birthday, Dick Hyman

Since beginning his career in the 1950s, piano legend Dick Hyman has released over 100 albums and played on hundreds of sessions. The prolific jazz pianist is credited on over 1,000 recordings--from radio to television, musical theater to the symphonic stage.

6th Annual Moog Circuit Bending Challenge


Many years ago, a young Bob Moog started tinkering with electronic circuitry in the basement of his home. This sparked a fascination that grew into what we now know as the foundation of modern electronic sound.

Electric Generation: The 3rd Annual Moog Hackathon at Georgia Tech

Today's students will engineer our future.

Dorit Chrysler on Why You Should Open Your Mind to the Theremin (Hint: It Just Might Open Yours)

FAST COMPANY ANNOUNCES MOOG MUSIC AS ONE OF THE TOP 10 MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANIES IN MUSIC

Innovation stands at the core of our existence. Like Bob before us, we strive to build tools that inspire boundless creativity and push us toward the future.

Introducing Sonic Origins and Russell E.L. Butler

Today we debut Sonic Origins, a new video series that seeks to unearth the underlying elements of artistic identity. The series kicks off with Oakland-based producer Russell E.L. Butler.

 

Sonic Origins | Russell E.L. Butler

Today we debut Sonic Origins, a new video series that seeks to unearth the underlying elements of artistic identity. The series kicks off with Oakland-based producer Russell E.L. Butler.

 

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