At the end of the year, a brief update from us, the stewards of the Timeline of Synthesis, to you, our sustainers and supporters. Together, this was our year: – SoundSchool science lessons taught to eager young minds: 11,000 … Continued
Author Archives: Bob Moog Foundation
Our students “graduate” after 10 weeks of study using theremins, oscilloscopes and custom science notebooks modeled after the one Bob himself used.
Addition of industry veterans bolsters Bob Moog Foundation Board of Directors November 17, 2014 (Asheville, NC) The Bob Moog Foundation has expanded the leadership of the organization with the addition of three new members to its Board of Directors. … Continued
The Bob Moog Foundation journeyed to the West Coast last month, visiting with old friends and making new ones at our inaugural fundraiser: a candlelit dinner at Michael Boddicker’s residence in Encino followed by music from a knockout all-star house … Continued
Don’t miss your opportunity to acquire one of the most desirable icons of synth history from the stewards of the history of synthesis at the Bob Moog Foundation.
Rules for the Bob Moog Foundations Fall 2014 Minimoog Raffle
From vintage synths to the latest software, vocalist/synthesist Busch rocks the house with an impressive array of toys.
Love great synth parts? Then you’ll love these videos with Bubba’s commentary.
Vocalist, musician and synthesist Tara Busch and filmmaker Maf Lewis are I Speak Machine. They perform live in London’s Southbank Centre on Sunday September 21 at 7:45 p.m.
Léon Theremin (1896-1993), born Lev Sergeyevich Termen in Saint Petersburg, Russia, was the inventor of the elegant and expressive theremin, the instrument Bob Moog started building and studying when he was 14 years old. It became the basis for Bob’s … Continued