| Robert Moog started building theremins as a teenager and started the R.A. Moog Company in 1954. A decade later he invented the first line of electronic synthesizers.
Moog founded Big Briar, Inc. in 1978 in the mountains of Western North Carolina. In 1982 the company introduced a line of alternate control devices for electronic music production, including a Theremin Controller. In 1995 Big Briar produced the Etherwave theremin and Mastering the Theremin, with Lydia Kavina, a professional instructional video on how to play the theremin. 1998 saw the introduction of the moogerfooger analog effects - a line of voltage controlled stand-alone effects. Big Briar became Moog Music in 2002. The Asheville, NC based company designs and builds theremins, analog effects modules, and analog synthesizers. Moog’s reputation as a leading innovator in electronic music continues with great products like the minimoog Voyager analog synthesizer and the moog PianoBar. Moog's commitment to musicians worldwide is to produce timeless electronic musical instruments with soul. |
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||Moog announces the Voyager Software Version 3.3
Voyager Software Version 3.3 is FREE OF CHARGE, and adds the following capabilities: a.MIDI Key Order – select the number of Voyagers in your set-up from 1 to 16 for polyphonic playing! b.Local Control on/off– turns on or off the front panel and the keyboard. c.Save Preset – the save preset function has been enhanced to more easily manage the 7 banks of presets. d.Pitch Bend Amount – separate Up/Down amounts are stored in individual presets. You can find this Update under the Software tab within any of the Voyager products.