New Performance Synth from Bob Moog

     09/05/00

By Sonic State correspondent Scott Kinnebrew

Big Briar recently showed a prototype of a new synthesizer designed by the legendary Bob Moog. The Performance Synth is a monophonic lead performance instrument with classic Moog Synthesizer-style knobs, switches, wheels, and keyboard, and MIDI-in capability. The list price is expected to be under $2000. It will be available in July 2000.

Hmmmm..... : )

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