Full Restoration Of A Minimoog Model D

Detailed process of bringing it back to former glory      16/03/21

Full Restoration Of A Minimoog Model D


There have been many synths found in a state and brought back from the dead - Andy Colllins of Antech shared photos of the Minimoog and Oberheim OBX-a he worked on for Gary Numan, which looked rather worse for wear when it was found. Now Bell Tone Synth Works have done a similar job and documented the process of recovery in full. 

The article is titled "Restoring the Saddest Minimoog in the World" but I think we can agree Gary Numan's synth was a bit sadder! Either way, it's a painstaking process which requires a great level of skill, optimism and foresight - considering the state of the inner workings of the Minimoog Model D and what needed to be fixed, it's no mean feat.

See the full road to recovery here

 

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.


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