From theremins to modulars Moog synths played a major part in the creation of electronic music. Inspiring the likes of Herb Deutsch, Wendy Carlos, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder and pretty much every major dance act of the 80's, 90's and 2000's. Moog's patented filter gave the Minimoog a voice and filter design that help make the Minitaur, Sub Phatty and Voyager synths unique. If you want the sound of a Moog then there's only one way to go!
The original analogue theremin is still available, along with the digital Theremini that expands the voices and creative possibilities. Guitarists can get in on the act too with filters, modulation, distortion and delay pedals designed with the quality and unmistakable character of Minifooger and Moogerfooger effects. Bob Moog's legacy lives on in a company that innovates and offers new ways to play for musicians at every level.
Another synth that carries on very much in the vein of the original Minimoog is the Sub 37 Duophonic synth, with the subtractive synth components that identify a Moog plus paraphonic operation and plugin integration for modern computer based setups. For the modular synth purist Moog's Mother 32 has all the CV connections and analogue components synth fanatics love, at a price that suits beginners or you could just put three in a rack!