- Sight & Sound
October 7th, 2013
In this video Queens of The Stone Age guitarist, Troy Van Leeuwen, explores the fundamental capabilities of all 5 Minifooger Analog Effects Pedals - The MF Drive, MF Delay, MF Trem, MF Boost, and MF Ring. Each Minifooger is assembled by hand at the Moog factory in downtown Asheville, NC in a rugged, cast aluminum enclosure and features a 100% analog signal path, true bypass design, optional battery power, and a single expression pedal input that provides hands-free control of one specified parameter for under $200 a piece.
Submitted by lmkelly on Sun, 2013-10-06 13:29
The Minifooger family of analog effects places legendary Moog quality, tone and versatility into a compact, rugged housing designed to withstand the tortures of touring and daily abuse. Each Minifooger is unique, powerful, transformative and extremely responsive to each player’s unique style. They are true bypass, 100% analog, expression input equipped, battery power-able, and have no negative impact on the tone of your instrument.
Scenes from Octopus Project's Sound Lab session.
Submitted by Vigstedt on Thu, 2013-10-03 12:05
Introducing the Sub Phatty analog synthesizer. The soul and hands-on, real-time sound design functionality of vintage Moog instruments with a completely new — and stunningly aggressive — sound design machine. Fitted with 25 full-size synth action keys, 16 presets with panel mode, and a 31 knob front panel, Moog’s classic control design plugs you straight into the analog heart of this powerful new instrument.
September 26th, 2013
Now available for download, three new expansion packs for Animoog: Monster Moog, Vintage Vibe & Vintage FX. Each expansion pack for Animoog contains powerful presets that inspire creativity as well as new timbres for creating completely unique sounds.
Animoog Expansion Packs are available as an In-App purchase in the Animoog Store.
Monster Moog Expansion Pack
September 20th, 2013
Doug Aitken's public art project Station To Station is currently making it's way across the country. Unlike your typical travelling exhibit, Station To Station places as much focus on the journey as it does the destination.
Scene's from Shigeto's (aka Zach Saginaw) visit to the Moog Factory
Submitted by lmkelly on Mon, 2013-09-09 07:20
Discover how the Little Phatty came to life, the challenges that were faced when Dr. Moog fell ill, and how they were overcome to create this one of a kind instrument.
Submitted by lmkelly on Mon, 2013-09-09 05:20
Unlock a host of modular control features and flexibility tucked away in your Little Phatty and get a free gig bag.