Moog Music has brought its Moog Sound Lab artist performance series back with a new video from electronic music producers Andy Stott and Debit. This is what they have to say...
Next door to Moog Music's factory in downtown Asheville, North Carolina, is another institution in electronic music--one that has been at the center of artist collaboration, new music discovery, and synthesis education for more than a decade. Designed to be an immersive and inviting experience for creatives, the Moog Sound Lab is home to a carefully curated collection of vintage and modern instruments. In Moog's popular artist performance series that bears the same name, musicians use this space as a stage to reimagine and perform original songs using the vast selection of synthesizers and other electronic instruments. Over the years, this studio space and series has attracted artists such as CHVRCHES, Tegan & Sara, El-P (Run the Jewels), Toro Y Moi, Sylvan Esso, Moses Sumney, and Jack Antonoff.
After a break in Moog Sound Lab video production during the height of the pandemic and the studio's redesign, the series returns with a new selection of synth-packed performances ready for release. First, Moog spotlights producers Andy Stott and Debit as they create a full song with a range of semi-modular synthesizers.
While traveling through North America on tour last spring, electronic music producers Delia Beatriz (aka Debit) and Andy Stott spent some quality time at Moog Music's factory and studio space in Asheville, North Carolina
Inside the Moog Sound Lab, the two joined forces to compose and perform an original track infused with elements of each artist's unique musical style, ranging from hard techno and post-punk to dream pop and Latin club music.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how Andy Stott and Debit use Matriarch, Grandmother, DFAM, and Mavis in their creative process, integrating this selection of flexible hardware instruments with Ableton for a seamless production flow.
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