Sneak A Peak Into The Moog Factory

US Network TV show profiles making of Minimoog Voyager and Etherwave Pro      20/12/06

Sneak A Peak Into The Moog Factory


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A treat for Moog fans in the USA… an inside look at the Moog factory.
Moog Music has opened its factory doors and allowed the Do-It-Yourself cable network to document—for the first time—the making of the famous Minimoog Voyager and Etherwave Theremin products. On December 23, the first episode will air nationally on the popular cable network show Handmade Music.
Moog Music president Mike Adams told us, “Bob (Moog) was passionate about the quality of the instruments that he designed. I have always felt the best way to maintain consistent quality is to build them here where we can keep a careful eye on the process and critically listen to each and every one of them. These episodes will allow viewers, for the first time, to see how we hand-build the instruments and how we maintain the quality of these instruments in a production environment. I think fans of Moog will find this very interesting.�
Schedule:
The first episode is scheduled to air on the Do-It-Yourself cable network on December 23 at 10 p.m. EST.
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