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Moog Modular

Robert Moog didn’t create the first synthesizer; nor was his modular system the only game in town when it was unleashed on the public back in 1964. Yet it was Moog’s modular system that would become associated with synths in the public mind. Why? Well, for a start, Moog’s instrument—as complicated as it was—was designed to be used by musicians.

Simply put, Moog listened.

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