From Emerson, Lake & Palmer to Sun Ra and Kraftwerk, these legendary artists were among many who made the Moog Minimoog a force to be reckoned with in the music world during the '70s and '80s. Portable, easy to use and loaded with a seemingly endless range of tonal possibilities, this instrument lead a new wave of innovative musicians to new worlds of sonic exploration. Since its introduction in 1970, it has went through many different variations, and within this section you'll find an impressive range to choose from.
When choosing the right Minimoog for you, it's important to take your own needs, preferences and budget into consideration. For example, the Minimoog Voyager Rackmount Analog Synthesizer takes all the mind-bending power of the Minimoog Voyager and compacts it in a 19" wide by 5U high package. Featuring the Electric Blue backlit panel, CV and gate inputs, and 128 easily modified presets modeled after sounds used by Rick Wakeman, Keith Emerson and Tony Banks, this synth gives you instant access to classic Moog tone along with modern bass and lead sounds.
Now, for those who want to make a huge upgrade to their recording setup, you owe it to yourself to check out the Minimoog Voyager XL. Designed to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Minimoog, this beast contains fat oscillators, warm Moog filters, an intuitive interface design and a 100% analog signal path. All this, along with a ribbon controller, 61-note keyboard, MIDI control functionality and more makes this ruggedly-constructed powerhouse a stunning tribute to Moog's legacy.
Along with the two items mentioned, this selection has many other Moog Minimoog options that are worthy of your attention, so jump in any time now and have a look around. In the end, you can have peace of mind knowing that when you go with Moog, you're going with one of the most respected names in musical instrument and equipment manufacturing. Simply put, there's no telling how far you can broaden your creative horizons when you're armed with a Moog Minimoog.