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Moog-Modularsynthesizer


Moog, Robert, New York 1963/64
Lender: Eboardmuseum, Klagenfurt (Österreich)
Moog-Modularsynthesizer
New York 1973
123 x 24 x 26 cm, ca. 25 kg
Wood, metal, keyboard, sequencer controller (960), sequencer switch (962), dual trigger delay (911A), interface (961), oscillator (921B), fixed filter bank (914), reverberation unit (905), semi-conductor technology



Video: Gert Prix über den Moog Modular Synthesizer

The modular system consists of a number of various modules, which are mounted in a cabinet and can be used in any combination. Each module performs a specific signal-generating or modifying function. Voltage-controlled oscillators (VCO) which produce the waveforms, amplitude modulators (VCA), filters (VCF) or fixed filter banks, and envelope generators (ADSR) are connected with patch cables and by acting upon each other offer endless possibilities for creating sounds.

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