Win impOSCar2 Plus Controller With Moog Raffle

Chip in to the Bob Moog Foundation fundraiser and win      20/09/11
Win impOSCar2 Plus Controller With Moog Raffle
LOOK! we reviewed the Controller and impOscar2

 

Bob Moog Foundation are on a serious mission to raise funds - the money will be well spent, projects include Dr. Bob's SoundSchool, which brings electronic musical instruments into the schools to teach children science through music; the Archive Preservation Initiative, an effort to preserve and protect the inventor's extensive and historic archive; and the future Moogseum, an innovative educational, historic, and cultural facility that will bring Bob Moog's spirit alive based in Asheville, US.
 
This latest wheeze offers two generous prizes: a Touch Digital Controlers impOSCar2 hardware controller for GForce Software’s excellent impOSCar2  virtual synthesizer, licenses for impoOSCar2,  plus the M-Tron Pro, Minimonsta, Oddity, and Virtual String Machine. This package has a value of $2500 and there are two available - tickets are limited to 500 and cost $20 each - so one ticket will get you a 1 in 250 chance of a win, the BMF helpfully advise that “you can improve your odds by buying six for $100.
 
Two winners chosen by a random-number generator will be announced once all 500 tickets are sold.  The winner will be announced within 24 hours after that time. Raffle participants should check the Foundation’s website and social media outlets to learn when all 500 tickets have been sold and who the two winners are. The winners will be contacted by email.

The Bob Moog Foundation (www.moogfoundation.org)
TouchDigitalControllers.co.uk
GForceSoftware.com

 

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