Since Bob Moog first developed his synthesizers, they have grown to find a place in nearly every corner of the world of popular music. Producing tones that continue to be associated with "The sound of the future," Moog's unique versatility continues to keep their synthesizers on the forefront of popular music technology.
From the very beginning artists such as Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, and The Beach Boys have been experimenting with the sounds that Moog could deliver in the studio. Of course, these synthesizers were far too large to take out on the road. It wasn’t until 1970 that Moog really broke ground with the seminal Minimoog; a portable, durable synthesizer system. Loaded with features and ready for the live environment, the Minimoog was adopted by acts such as ABBA, Kraftwerk, Van Halen, and Michael Jackson. Just like that, a legendary instrument was born.
While vintage Minimoogs remain popular, Moog has continued to fine tune and transform sonic capabilities by releasing incredible updates such as the Minimoog Voyager XL. The Voyager has built on the impressive capabilities of its predecessor, including nearly all of its best features, while adding modern conveniences to make it more accessible than ever before.
Bringing even more variation to the Moog sound is the Sub Phatty 25-Key Analog Synthesizer. This synth has become incredibly popular for "fattening up" your sound with incredibly beefy tones. The Phatty is both fresh and aggressive, with an engaging and dynamic interface that truly allows you to take your sound to levels you never before thought possible.
And these are just a few of the options that Moog can offer your sound. Whether you're tackling serious bass grooves or sugar coated pop precision, Moog has you covered. With a diverse roster of artists such as Alicia Keys, CeeLo Green, Madonna, The Black Eyed Peas, Maroon 5, Incubus, fun., Radiohead, and Bjork expanding their horizons with Moog gear, it's no wonder you're looking to get in on the action.