Moog Music creates hardware re-issue of Keith Emerson's modular synth

April 1, 2014
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ASHEVILLE, NC, APRIL 1, 2014 -- Over the last 3 years, a dedicated Moog engineering team has painstakingly reverse engineered and built a 1:1 re-creation of the world's most famous keyboard, Keith Emerson's Moog Modular, using original processes and components.
 
 

EMERSON MODULAR - (b. 1970)

- 81 total modules/custom panels

- 12 unique, custom built modules including: sample and hold, preset programmer, custom LFO's and DRONE VCO Control

- Two custom modded modules: 903 Noise Source and 905 Reverb

- First synthesizer with performance presets

- Shoots rockets
 
 
 

EMERSON SYSTEM
by Moog Custom Engineering - (b. 2014)

- Every standard module printed from original circuit board films

- Original/Vintage and NOS (new old stock) components sourced from around the world

- All face plates reproduced using original transparencies and techniques

- Each module hand built and soldered with original schematics and service manuals as guides

- No longer shoots rockets

 
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