Using the Moog Werkstatt with Ableton Live

January 31, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Keyboardist Zac Baird demonstrates how he uses the Moog Werkstatt analog synthesizer within Ableton Live DAW software. After the video, click the link above for even more info on the Moog Werkstatt and Ableton Live.

Moog Sub37 New Firmware 1.1 Demo

January 29, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Amos Gaynes from Moog Music Inc gives us a sneak peek at the upcoming new Moog Sub 37 Firmware update 1.1 which will add a host of new features to this already incredibly flexible and fantastic sounding analogue synth. Best of all, the update will be completely free to existing users.

Moog Model 15 Modular Synth Demo (Direct Out Audio)

January 29, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Max Ravitz gives us a private demo of an incredible newly reborn Moog Model 15 Modular Synthesizer. These systems are painstakingly recreated using new old stock parts, PCB designs and manufacturing processes wherever possible, with the Model 15 joining the System 35 and System 55 in a 2015 remake of Moog’s 1972 Modular system lineup. We are now sold out in the UK – if you have one in order, we are very jealous. Enjoy! http://www.sourcedistribution.co.uk

Suzanne Ciani | System 55

January 28, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

In this video, electronic music and sound design pioneer Suzanne Ciani explores the Moog modular System 55 for the first time in decades. Ciani came to the Moog factory in Asheville, NC to play the first System 55 newly handcrafted by Moog in over thirty years. The patch, created and performed live, was shot in one take and features a sequence designed on the 960 Sequential Controller that’s driving three 921B oscillators into a 904B High Pass filter whose cutoff is being modulated by a 921 oscillator. A second set of 921B oscillators is also being played manually into a 904A Low Pass filter whose cutoff knob is also being modulated by the 921 oscillator. The resulting sound of each is then sent through its own dedicated MF-104M analog delay for ambience. The audio has been captured directly with no eq, compression, or editing applied.

To learn more about Moog modular synthesizers: http://www.moogmusic.com/content/moog…

To lear more about Suzanne Ciani: http://www.sevwave.com/

NAMM 2015 – MOOG MODEL 15 by Moog Music’s Rosser Douglas

January 27, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

NAMM 2015! Rosser Douglas from Moog music explains to me the beautiful new Model 15 modular system.

NAMM 2015: Moog Sub 37 Firmware

January 23, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Amos Gaynes takes us through the new features

NAMM 2015 – Moog Modular Re-issue

January 22, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Sweet :-)

Moog goes modular – again

January 20, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Moog Music has announced that is manufacturing a limited amount of three of the System 55, the System 35 and the Model 15, three large format modular synths.

On January 19, 2015 Moog Music Inc. announced their plans to recommence a limited run manufacturing of three of their most sought after 5U large format modular synthesizers: The System 55, the System 35 and the Model 15. These three modular synthesizer systems were originally created and manufactured by Moog in 1973.

To commemorate the announcement, Moog shot a short film at their factory about the inspiring and multifaceted relationship artists have with modular synthesizers. The video features electronic music pioneers such as Suzanne Ciani, Malcolm Cecil, David Borden, Dick Hyman and Herb Deutsch alongside performances on the new Moog modular systems by Holy Ghost! (DFA Records), Gavin Russom (ECSTATIC/Entropy Trax), Max Ravitz AKA Patricia (L.I.E.S./Opal Tapes/ Spectral Sound), Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (Western Vinyl), Jacques Greene (Vase/LuckyMe) and M. Geddes Gengras (Stones Throw/Leaving). Each artist played a patch on one or more of the new Moog modular synthesizers recorded in one take with no overdubs.

Moog Modular Synthesizers: http://www.moogmusic.com/content/moog…

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Press release:

January 19, 2014 Asheville, NC: 50 years ago the Moog modular synthesizer represented as radical a transition as Kandinski’s abstracts or Kodak’s cameras – offering both a break from yesterday and a startling glimpse of tomorrow. And, as with all cultural explosions, the impact of Dr. Moog’s invention was impossible to evaluate from the epicentre. It’s only now, 50 years down the line that we can get some measure of the importance, and the sheer untapped potentiality of the Moog Modular Synthesizer.

Today, it is with great excitement that we announce our plans to recommence a limited run manufacturing of three of our most sought after 5U large format modular synthesizers: The System 55, the System 35 and the Model 15. These three modular synthesizer systems were originally created and manufactured by Moog in 1973.

To commemorate the announcement, we shot a short film at our factory about the deeply inspiring and multifaceted relationship artists have with modular synthesizers. The video features electronic music pioneers such as Suzanne Ciani, Malcolm Cecil, David Borden, Dick Hyman and Herb Deutsch alongside performances by contemporary modular artists like Holy Ghost! (DFA), Gavin Russom (ECSTATIC/Entropy Trax), Max Ravitz AKA Patricia (L.I.E.S./Spectral Sound/Opal Tapes), Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (Western Vinyl), Jacques Greene (Vase/LuckyMe) and M. Geddes Gengras (Stones Throw). Each artist played a patch live, in one take, with no overdubs on one or more of the new Moog Modular systems.

The System 55 is available for purchase for 35,000 USD; System 35 is $22,000 USD, and the Model 15 costs $10,000 USD.

In this video, electronic music and sound design pioneer Suzanne Ciani explores the Moog modular System 55 for the first time in decades. Ciani came to the Moog factory in Asheville, NC to play the first System 55 newly handcrafted by Moog in over thirty years. The patch, created and performed live, was shot in one take and features a sequence designed on the 960 Sequential Controller that’s driving three 921B oscillators into a 904B High Pass filter whose cutoff is being modulated by a 921 oscillator. A second set of 921B oscillators is also being played manually into a 904A Low Pass filter whose cutoff knob is also being modulated by the 921 oscillator. The resulting sound of each is then sent through its own dedicated MF-104M analog delay for ambience. The audio has been captured directly with no eq, compression, or editing applied.

Moog Minitaur & Arturia Beatstep

January 17, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · 1 Comment 

All sounds are from the Moog Minitaur, the repeating sequence is a single track of the Minitaur through an analog delay, and it’s sounds are altered manually in real time. The bass, drones and fx were overdubbed. An Eventide Space pedal and an old version of Lexicon’s Pantheon plugin were used for the reverb.

What is Moog up to – big news coming

January 16, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · 1 Comment 

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