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Moog Prototype The First Moog Synthesizer

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    This Moog synthesizer is one of two prototypes built by Robert Moog from July-September 1964, with additional modules added in 1964 and 1965. One was taken to Toronto University in 1965, while this one was kept by the inventor and his colleague, Herbert Deutsch. It was used in live public performance for the first time in a concert at Town Hall in New York City on September 25, 1965.
    [Source: Herbert A. Deutsch, "The Moog's First Decade, 1965-1975," New York State Museum, NAHO, Fall 1981.]
    Type: Analog
    Synthesis: Subtractive
    Oscillators: 1
    Waveforms: Saw Down, Saw Up, Square, Triangle
    Osc Modulation: Envelope, Keyboard, Knob, LFO, Oscillator
    Envelopes: 1
    Evelope Paramerters: Attack, Decay, Sustain
    Filters: 1
    Types: 24dB Slope (4-pole), Low Pass, Resonance
    Filter Modulation: Keyboard, Knob, LFO, Oscillator
    LFO: 1
    LFO Parameters: Square, Triangle
    Polyphony & Tuning
    Polyphony: 1
    Tuning: Standard
    Patches RAM: 1
    Case: Keyboard, Module
    Case Details: 2 tier keyboard
    Keyboard: 49 keys
    Controls: Knobs, Switches
    Dimensions (WxDxH): Unit A Keyboard 93 cm. deep by 21 cm. high keyboard/ Unit B module measures 25.5 cm. wide by 15 cm. deep by 45.5 cm. high. Unit C module measures 25.5 cm. wide by 23.5 cm. deep by 48 cm. high.
    Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack
    Audio Output Count: 1
    Inputs: 1/4"
    CV Ports: CV IN, CV OUT
    Year Released: 1964
    Year Discontinued: 1964
    Manuals & Documents

    Product Links
    Company Product Sites:
    [+] moogarchives.com
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