Some designs and manufacturers are so associated with the soundtracks of our lives that they inspire something akin to reverence when they are mentioned. Moog is one such entity. From the game-changin... Click To Read More About This Product
Some designs and manufacturers are so associated with the soundtracks of our lives that they inspire something akin to reverence when they are mentioned. Moog is one such entity. From the game-changing solo on Emerson, Lake and Palmer's "Lucky Man" to The Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun" to Parliament's "Flashlight" and on into contemporary EDM, Moog synthesizers have redefined the way we play and enjoy music. This year, Moog has undertaken the most ambitious reissue of the earliest Moog designs in its history. The Moog Modular reissues, at long last, are here.
The Moog modular Model 15 is an ultra-powerful, compact studio synthesizer designed for live performance and portability. It is housed in a rugged Tolex-encased cabinet and is an ideal solution for the touring synthesist. The Model 15 design focuses on speed, creativity and simplicity while still providIng the enormous sonic depth and dimension found only in a vintage Moog modular synthesizer. The 907 Fixed Filter Bank section of the Model 15 is available in multiple configurations to better suit the needs of the performing musician.
NOTE: 61 Key Moog Duophonic Keyboard controller (Black or Walnut) is sold separately. The Moog keyboard is specifically designed for the Moog Modular systems. MIDI keyboard controllers are not compatible.
FAITHFULLY RECREATING THE MODEL 15
Over the course of 3 years, Moog Music set out to research and build a faithful recreation of the classic Moog modular Model 15 analog synthesizer. Using all original documentation as well as circuit board and art files for every module, Moog Engineers have painstakingly recreated this powerful and portable analog system.
Each Model 15 is hand-built to its original 1974 Moog factory specifications and is a true recreation of the original. Individual modules are brought to life just as the originals were, by hand-stuffing and hand-soldering components to circuit boards, and using traditional wiring methods. Each module is then finished with a photo-etched aluminum panel, and placed in its new modular instrument.
This limited edition reissue of the Moog modular Model 15 is built to order, and is available in very limited quantities.