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87/1415 Electronic musical instrument, 'Minimoog model D', metal / wood / plastic / rubber / paper / electronic components, by Moog Music Inc, New York, United States of America, 1970-1972. Click to enlarge.

Minimoog synthesizer made by Moog Music Inc

Made
The Minimoog model D remains one of the most influential keyboard instruments in modern history. Moog had been in the business of producing very large synthesisers for studios, universities, conservatoriums of music and wealthy individuals since the mid 1960s. These instruments were cumbersome but gave a user the ability to rout an audio signal through a patch cable system through a myriad of audio modification modules across the front panel. By the late 1960s the market for smaller portable …

Summary

Object No.

87/1415

Object Statement

Electronic musical instrument, 'Minimoog model D', metal / wood / plastic / rubber / paper / electronic components, by Moog Music Inc, New York, United States of America, 1970-1972

Physical Description

Minimoog, synthesizer, model D, Moog Music Inc, New York, USA, 1970-1972
Serial No. T2430E /

History

Notes

The Moog (rhymes with vogue) Minimoog model D was produced throughout the 1970s.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Michael Crighton, 1987

Acquisition Date

1 November 1987

Cite this Object

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Minimoog synthesizer made by Moog Music Inc 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 9 February 2023, <https://ma.as/72789>

Wikipedia

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