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The Moog synthesizer is a synthesizer developed by the American engineer Robert Moog. Moog debuted it inThe Passenger - Iggy Pop - Lust For Life Moog's company R. Moog Co. Though synthesizers had existed before, the Moog synthesizer is credited with creating the Catch Me In Your Dream - The Prophet - Best Of synthesizer as it is known today.
Moog's innovation was to use voltage to control pitch and loudness via his voltage-controlled oscillator. The Moog also introduced fundamental synthesizer concepts such as modularity and envelope generation. American engineer Robert Moog began work on his first synthesizer modules at Cornell University with composer Herb Deutsch.
InMoog began creating the Moog modular synthesizer. Moog's development was driven by requests and suggestions from musicians including Richard TeitelbaumHerb DeutschVladimir Ussachevskyand Wendy Carlos. It won three Grammy Awards and was the first classical album certified platinum. With its ability to imitate instruments such as strings and horns, synthesizers threatened the jobs of session Unconditional - Peter Andre - Unconditional Love Songs. Moog features such as voltage-controlled oscillatorenvelopesnoise generatorsfiltersand sequencersbecame standards in the synthesizer market.
The Moog modular system consists of a number of various modules mounted in a cabinet. Each module performs a specific signal-generating or -modifying function. These modules offered unprecedented control over creating sounds by allowing a user to modify primary sound waveforms sine waves, square waves and other waveforms provided by voltage controlled oscillators or VCO with amplitude modulators voltage controlled amplifiers or VCA and spectral modulators voltage controlled filters VCF or fixed filter banks and other modifiers.
The patch cords and module parameter knobs could be adjusted in countless ways to create a nearly infinite number of sounds. The final sound was heard 'triggered' from the system by pressing a key on an attached keyboard or pressing on the ribbon controller. The Moog modular synthesizer offered musicians a revolutionary new way to produce sound when it was released in the s.
It was originally intended for use in recording studios and universities and was not intended for or widely embraced by musicians for use in live performance. The analog electronics of the system often made sound generation unreliable and unpredictable during live performances. For example, the VCOs were notorious for their inability to hold a fixed frequency for any extended period of time and would often change pitch and go out of tune, especially in hot or damp environments.
Additionally, modular sounds could not be programmed and stored for retrieval due to the instrument's analog nature. Changing sounds on the system was a time-consuming task requiring the physical re-routing of numerous patch cords and manual knob adjustments.
In addition to this incompatibility, if a certain patch used an extensive amount of triggering connections, each module would cause a voltage drop sending the logic over into low-state and firing the S-trigger.
In the early and experimental days of electronic instruments, R. A Moog Co. Starting inthe company began manufacturing a Synthloop 10 (Original) - Doi-Oing - Beach of pre-assembled stock modular systems that contained a predetermined number of modules. Later on, these systems were manufactured and modified based on customer specifications.
Produced from tothe earliest Moog modular systems were named the Moog 3Moog 2and Moog 1. The "C" Synthloop 10 (Original) - Doi-Oing - Beach featured solid walnut cabinets and, starting inthe "P" series, designed for portability, came in a road case. From Synthloop 10 (Original) - Doi-Oing - Beach the Moog 10 and the Moog 12 Synthloop 10 (Original) - Doi-Oing - Beach manufactured, each mounted in a road case. Produced from tothe Moog 15the Moog 35 and the Moog 55 featured walnut cabinets like the earlier "C" series.
Max Brand Synthesizercustom made. It is currently the only software version of the instrument, and the first of Arturia 's two Moog simulations to be approved by Moog. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Moog synthesizer. Electronic musical instrument. Please see the relevant discussion. The page should not be moved unless the discussion is closed ; summarizing the consensus achieved in support of the move. Synthesizer 1C  . This section does not cite any sources.
Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Moog 3P with sequencer right. BBC News. Retrieved Cantos Music Foundation. Archived from the original on Cornell Daily Sun. Chris Swanson, who played this instrument, was a musician-composer employed by R. Retrieved December 3, New York Times. The Guardian. New Scientist. Harvard University Press. The Synthesizer. Oxford University Press. The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music.
This was a programmable analog synthesis system that had an automated matrix mixer and a digital clock. Sphere France sarl. I drew up a plan for a completely automated synthesizer system, discussed its feasibility with Robert Moog, described it in an article in 'New Perspectives in Music', and got the funding to have it built. Moog Music. Animoog Model Categories : Moog synthesizers Modular synthesizers Monophonic synthesizers Synthloop 10 (Original) - Doi-Oing - Beach synthesizers.
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