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October 24, 2016 AT 5:17 am

Moog Modular Historian Thom Holmes Explores Early “Live” Moog Modular Artists #MusicMonday

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via Moog Foundation

The idea that the Moog Modular synthesizer could be used in a live performance is somewhat contrary to what people believe today. Yes, it was a complicated instrument and it sometimes behaved unpredictably, especially in its tuning. But the Moog Modular was also viewed as a remarkable combination of many audio devices with enormous potential. The available variations in patching and playing were essentially infinite.

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