With the addition of four new prizes for synthesizer enthusiasts, the Bob Moog Foundation is extending its Road To Innovation Raffle and expanding it to an international audience. Prizes include Subaru vehicles, Korg MS-20 Mini analog synth, Stylophone synth, IK Multimedia Sample Moog, and Mark Vail's new book "The Synthesizer."
Asheville, NC - March 16, 2015 -- Today the Bob Moog Foundation announces its spring raffle for a vintage Moog Liberation synthesizer. The raffle, a fundraiser in support of the Foundation's projects, runs through April 20, 2015 or until all 2,000 tickets are sold.
MOTU and the Bob Moog Foundation announce the release of the Bob Moog Foundation Encore Soundbank, a new and exciting collection of instrument and percussion sounds produced in commemoration of Bob Moog's 81st Birthday, coming up on May 23rd.
Music and audio education non-profit the Bob Moog Foundation is raffling off a mint Minimoog synthesizer to raise funds for their ongoing efforts to teach children math and science concepts through hands-on use of music synthesizers. This unit would be fantastic on its own, but its previous owner invested in Kevin Lightner’s recent “OptoKey” modification. This modification is extremely desirable for several reasons.
Today marks what would have been the 81st birthday of Dr. Robert Moog, inventor of the Moog synthesizer and widely considered to be the world’s primary proponent of synthesizers in popular music. Despite how busy this made him, he also found the time to contribute to one of Keyboard’s original technical columns, “On Synthesizers.”