Moog Adds CV Control to their Theremin, Discontinues Minimoog Old School

Score one for “old school” on the Theremin – minus one for “old school” on the Minimoog keyboard. There’s plenty of debate about whether or not you can justify splurging on the extra cash for the Moog name on synths and effects – no one questions Moog’s quality, but there is other great boutique gear out there that gets far less attention. But one area where the Moog line is unquestionably superior is on the Theremin. And the Etherwave Plus at US$519 is an instrument you can really sink your musical teeth into over a period of years. With the …

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Moog Voyager Old School: All Analog, All Wood, No Presets, No MIDI

Yeah, this isn’t just marketing: the newest Moog Voyager is really old school — and it just makes us want it more. Moog Music has taken out twenty years of recent technology and kept the classic tech — all in a new case that’s fully wooden and entirely devoid of glowing mod wheels. In fact, the actual marketing side steps just how old school the Old School is: “Priced between the Voyager and Little Phatty, this modern classic makes the coveted Voyager sound and design easier to own than ever!” All of that is technically true (and we are coveting), …

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