Starkey Hearing Science Laboratory - New Flickr Shot

flickr by zonkout.

"Four oscillators, three multimode filters, two A/R envelope generators, digital gate sequencer, noise generator, phase shifter, external audio input...but no CV control. Uses mini-banana jacks. Built in 1977."

Trip. Never seen one of these before.

Engineering Lounge - New Flickr Shot

flick by Space Truckers. Title link takes you to the shot with mouse over info on each piece.

Women Take Back The Noise

"The WOMEN TAKE BACK THE NOISE compilation, 3 years in the making, showcases a collection of 47 women artists worldwide who experiment with sound in various ways, ranging from ambient-organic to quirky-glitch-beat to harsh or extreme noise, as well as categories yet to be defined..."

Title link takes you there.

Moog Rogue Shots

Title link takes you to more shots via this cl listing.

via Brian Comnes

The Bob Moog Memorial Museum

Via The Bob Moog Foundation:"We envision the Bob Moog Memorial Museum as both an information resource and a place to connect with Bob's spirit. The Museum will house Bob's personal and professional archives, which include: writings, photos, instruments, schematic drawings, articles written by and about him, an extensive collection of electronic music, and other Moog artifacts. The goal is to

Moment of Moog: A Time for Reflection

Such a great shot. Wish I was there. More from Moog Music:"August 21st, 2006 is a difficult date for lovers of the synthesizer. It was one year ago on August 21st that Bob Moog, inventor of the synthesizer, passed away. This year, Moog Music is rallying the media world to honor the memory of Bob Moog with a special, 20-second “Moment of Moog.” During the Moog moment, Moog requests that radio

Moog One Year Later by Mike Adams of Moog Music

"As the anniversary of Bob’s death approaches, it is important to me to reflect back on the events surrounding his death. The truth is that it has been almost 16 months since Bob was at work. Sometimes it feels as if he is still here; other times, he is sorely missed. One year ago his fate was sealed and the finality of his death certainly gave all of us pause. In my reflection, I found some

Vangelis & CS80 on YouTube

I remember seeing this a while back elsewhere, but I lost the link. Looks like analoghell put it up on YouTube. That's THE CS80 sound. Wow.


Title link takes you to a video sent my way via Todd. Wow."the Voyager is providing the audio. It is one of 110 one-minute piece I did a year and a half ago: Moog Mars Musings (a new piece every day in response to the daily photos coming from Mars on the NASA site.)."

Virtuoso - The World's First Self-Playing Violin on YouTube

This Violin playes itself via MIDI. About as analog as you get. Title link takes you to the post on Analog Industries with a link to the product page.

Treat Yourself :)