Moog Calendar Marks 50 Years of Innovation

Pin-ups for the new year      25/11/03

Moog Calendar Marks 50 Years of Innovation
Dr Bobs goes glamour

To celebrate 50 years (yes it really is that long!) of groundbreaking music technology Moog have put together a glossy 2004 calender. Now, we know some of you may be used to the calender of the scantilly clad, glamour type, but this one has got some pretty hot shots of saucy Moog gear. The full color, 12" x 12" hanging wall calendar features 12 months of current and vintage Moog photos, chronicling 50 years of the man and his instruments. It is available from
  • http://www.moogmusic.com/. Background
    In 1954, Robert Moog released his first commercial product, the Model 201 theremin. Ten years later he rocked the musical world with the introduction of the first Moog synthesizer. The creative genius who ushered in the era of synthesized sound is still designing award-winning electronic instruments such as the minimoog Voyager and the Moog PianoBar. Moog has won Polar Music and Grammy awards, and his instruments have garnered numerous awards, including a KeyBuy award from Keyboard Magazine, a TEC award from Mix magazine, and a Platinum award from Future Music. Moog Music will be making more waves in the coming year, with new products to be announced at the 2004 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim.

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