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Watch A Video Of Moog’s Newly Reissued Modular Synth

The enormous Moog Synthesizer IIIc will be released in a limited run of 25 units.

Moog Music has been producing quality synthesizers for more than 30 years, and they’re now reissuing one of the earliest synths that Bob Moog himself created: the “cabinet” IIIc. The mammoth unit pre-dates Moog’s most famous synth, the Minimoog, and was made famous by electronic music pioneers Wendy Carlos and Giorgio Moroder. The synth will be recreated using all of Bob Moog’s original documentation, art and circuit board files.

“Through archival designs, so-called obsolete electronics and outmoded production processes, we are rediscovering the magic of our past,” said Moog production engineer Anna Montaya. “It’s a privilege to build instruments in this way; it lets us reimagine what future tools can be.”

Each of the 25 Moog Synthesizer IIIcs to be released will cost $35,000. For those of us who can’t quite foot the bill, we can still watch awesome videos of it being used. Check it out below.


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