MATRIXSYNTH: R.A.Moog modular psychedelic sixties synthesizer

Sunday, April 10, 2016

R.A.Moog modular psychedelic sixties synthesizer

Published on Apr 10, 2016 CZRider01's channel

"Live jam with an old 1969 R.A.Moog Modular system IP. Solo on a Casio CZ-101 with the Moog providing the background rhythm transposed by the lower half of the keyboard.
The Moog has a build date of August 11,1969 and was sold to Walter Sear who was the distributer of many R.A.Moog products. This Moog left the Trumansburg,NY factory the week of Woodstock. Perhaps Walter Sear was looking for a sale with all the famous artists in New York that week. The Moog ended up in a famous Manhatten studio. It was sold in 1981 to a professor who kept the Moog stored for 17 years. I acquired the Moog in 2008 and refurbished the barely used Moog and it is about 97% original replacing only power supply caps. The original configuration for the IP had 12 blank spaces. I have since filled those spaces with period correct 1969/70 modules adding a 904B high pass filter and the 904C filter coupler. Along with an additional 911 envelope generator, 911A dual trigger delay and 912 envelope follower. Two additional spaces were filled with DIY clone modules I built to the same 1969 specs with a 902A band pass filter adaptor and a 982 final output mixer."

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