Moog Tag Archive

Heading To SXSW? Chill With Us At MTV/VH1/CMT Present: “Live in Austin”

Posted March 8

Are you getting ready to head down to the sunny climes of Austin, Texas, for that marathon of music, tech and bad decisions known as SXSW? Well, you should stop by the MTV/VH1/CMT Present: “Live in Austin” SXSW showcase. In addition to tons of great tunes brought to you by MTV, VH1 and CMT, the O Music Awards will also be on site with a ton of goodies from Moog, as well as two extremely rad DJs.

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10th Anniversary 24-Karat Gold Minimoog Voyager Synth Is Soooo Shiny

Posted November 6

Everyone knows that the fancier the instrument, the better the music — right? Wrong. Unless you’re packing Moog Music’s brand-new, limited edition 10th Anniversary Minimoog Voyager, which is dipped in 24-karat gold. The audience will be too transfixed by all the bling to notice if you suck.

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Music & Tech Around The Web: Little Monsters get Social, You Get New Tunes & More

Posted May 24


With the holiday weekend drawing ever so near, you might be tempted to just turn off your mind and drift away into a sea of malaise. Resist! We have a healthy store of links below to get your proverbial juices coursing.

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Music & Tech Around The Web: Lil B Gets Classic, Google Gets Moog & More

Posted May 23

We know you’re all still positively reeling from the announcements we dropped on you last night — The Flaming Lips! Many, many rad nominees! — but the world is still turning and news is constantly being churned out. Luckily, a lot of the cool stuff we found today is related to our nominees. Two birds, meet one stone. BAM!

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The Top Music & Tech Innovations of 2011 According To: The Antlers, The Pains of Being Pure At Heart & More

Posted December 20

Every December, musicians are beset by a case of anxiety — an anxiety that they subsequently push down into the bottoms of their stomachs with the help of a healthy douse of aloofness. And from whence does that anxiety spring? The ubiquitous glut of “Best of 2011″ lists, of course. Well, this year we decided to turn the tables, allowing musicians to play critic and choose their favorite music and tech innovations of 2011. Antacids sold separately.

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