Von: Kevin Austin
Datum: Sat, 4 Jun 2016
Betreff: [cec-c] New Historical Bob Moog Timeline With Rare Insights and
Images; and More
New, Historical Bob Moog Timeline Features Rare Archival Material
We are proud to announce the release of a new, historical Bob Moog
timeline, which traces the historical evolution of Bob’s professional
path. With nearly 100 different posts, the timeline reveals brand new
archival material, including some never before seen family photos,
documents, and letters, as well as many points in Moog history that
are little known.
This is the most comprehensive timeline on Bob Moog that you will find
Check out the timelinehere
All of the historical images on the timeline can be expanded for
better viewing, and many of the posts have expandable text for those
seeking a deeper understanding of Bob Moog’s history.
We will continue to add to the timeline periodically. Be sure to check
back and see what’s new!
We have labored over this timeline, and we’d love to hear your
feedback. Let us know what you think by emailing us
Getting Geeky: Synthesizers and Brainwaves
Moog modular historian Thom Holmes returns with an examination of
Richard Teitelbaum, who made the earliest and boldest use of the Moog
in improvisational music, and was co-founder of the free
improvisation ensemble Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV). Teitelbaum
befriended Bob Moog and asked him to find a way to amplify sub-audio
brainwaves to use as control voltages with the Moog synthesizer.
Read more about Richard Teitelbaumhere
Thanks for Voyaging with Us!
Many thanks to all of you who supported our campaign on Kickstarter to
raise funds for Electronic Voyager, the upcoming documentary that
traces Bob Moog’s sonic journey by carefully examining his life
through those with whom he worked most closely.
With your help, we raised over $103,000 to assist Waveshaper Media
with the production of the film. We will be filming this summer. Keep
your eye out of updates via Kickstarter!
Learn more about the Electronic Voyager projecthere
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