MATRIXSYNTH: AE#80 Moog Sonic Six Synthesizer Repair And Checkout, Part 2

Sunday, March 10, 2019

AE#80 Moog Sonic Six Synthesizer Repair And Checkout, Part 2

Published on Mar 9, 2019 Artifact Electronics

"In this second part we button up the machine and test some of its functions."

SN 1797. According to them the original Moog Sonic Six's below SN 1300 or so had ARP diode filters as they weren't designed by Moog. When Moog took over they switched it to the classic Moog ladder filter. via Wikipedia: "The Sonic Six is the result of Bill Waytena, then the owner of synthesizer manufacturer Musonics, acquiring R.A. Moog Inc. Interested in the marketing opportunity afforded by the Moog name, Waytena acquired R.A. Moog Inc., moved the company to Buffalo, New York, and renamed it Moog/Musonics (which eventually was shortened to simply Moog Music). It was under this new brand that a new version of the Musonics Sonic V was released as the Moog Music Sonic Six.[2]"

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