Moog

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About Moog

Moog (rhymes with vogue) are behind the world's first popular synthesizers and feature on albums by legends including The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, The Doors, Yes, Kraftwerk, Stevie Wonder, Devo, Rush, Madonna and Gary Numan.

Moog in the 21st century are as vital as ever. With many companies emulating their past, Moog have forged into the future without losing their identity. Analog synthesizers such as the Voyager and Sub 37 became instant classics and new editions including the Mother-32 and Grandmother mirror their beginnings with a semi-modular construction that somewhat ironically brings them right up to date with Eurorack compatibility.

The iconic sounds of Moog Synthesizers have also been featured heavily on TV and Film scores, including the fantastic soundtracks for Apocalypse now, Stranger Things, Drive, A Clockwork Orange and the groundbreaking Jeff Bridges film Tron.

Moog also make some amazing effects pedals in the form of their Moogerfooger and Minifooger lines. Constructed using components straight out of their synths, Moog have brought their classic analog quality to the table for guitarists, DJ's and music producers to enhance, warp and brutalize their audio with. Some Moog pedals users include Kim Gorden from Sonic Youth, Josh Homme from Queens of the Stone Age, Joey Satiago from The Pixies and Flea, Josh Klinghoffer and John Frusciante of Red Hot Chili Peppers fame.

Frequently Asked Questions about Moog

Dr Robert Moog founded R.A. Moog Co in North Carolina, USA back in 1953, later changed to Moog Music in 1972.
Each and every Moog instrument is made in the Moog factory which is located in Asheville, North Carolina, USA.
No, Moog stick to what they do best, big sultry analog warmth.