Podcast: SONIC TALK 206 - Bob Moog Foundation, Tara Busch

Michelle Moog-Koussa talks Moog, Tara talks film      10/02/11

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146:26 mins


Guests:
    Michelle Moog-Koussa - CEO of The Moog Foundation
   Donate - to the Bob Moog Foundation
    Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
    Dave Spiers - GforceSoftware.com
   Gaz Williams - SongSurgeon.co.uk
   Tara Busch - Analogsuicide.com
   Maf Lewis - Zeitghostmedia.com

 This week we get to talk to Michelle Moog-Koussa - in charge of the Bob Moog Foundation  and also daughter of Bob Moog, about the work of the Foundation - in education and preserving the amazing archive of Bob Moogs work. Nick gets a crash course in how to pronounce Moog correctly,  Tara Busch and Maf Lewis tell us about their current film project The Silence Pt.1, plus contributions from regular panelists Rich Hilton, Dave Spiers and Gaz Williams. We also talk about Earnings from music sales and what you would if you could only have one synth module.

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loneraver    Said...

FYI, it's not the American way vs the British way of saying Moog. Moog is a Dutch family name. In the Dutch language, the double o doesn't make the same oo sound in English like in the word "good". Instead in dutch, the double o sound is just the same a single o sound but held for longer. However, if you wanted to pronounce the name with the full Dutch pronunciation, you'd pronounce the "g" in Moog like the Scottish would say "ch" in the word loch. However, Robert Moog was an American, and there is no hard "g" sound, so thereā€¦. Moog.

13-Feb-11 07:12 AM


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