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Founded 1996
Headquarters Tyler, Texas
Key people
Roger Arrick, founder
Products Modular synthesizers, signal processing
Website is an American company based in Tyler, Texas, founded by engineer Roger Arrick (also a designer of robots[1]), which manufactures analog modular synthesizers for music and sound-effect creation.

Products[edit] modular synthesizer products use analog circuitry as did the classic synthesizers produced by Moog, ARP, etc. Systems are constructed using function modules to provide customization and flexibility. Modules include the basic VCO, VCF, VCA synthesizer functions along with more advanced modules such as sequencers, ring modulators and quantizers. Cabinets of various construction styles are offered to house modules and power components. cabinets and modules conform to the physical Moog Modular (5U tall) form factor.[2]

Moog 960 Sequencer Reissue[edit]

In 2005, began offering a clone of Moog's famous 960 sequencer.[3] The front panel duplicates the original 960 layout while the electronics required a redesign using currently available circuit components. Recreation of Moog's 961 and 962 accessory modules are offered as well.

Meeting of the Knobs[edit] periodically hosts informal public meetings in the Dallas/Fort Worth area where enthusiasts show various sorts of modern and vintage electronic musical instruments.



  1. ^ "Interview with Roger Arrick". International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems. 1 (4). 2004. 
  2. ^ "Modular Synthesizer Form Factors". Retrieved 2012-05-20. 
  3. ^ Jenkins, Marc (2007). Analog Synthesizers: Understanding, Performing, Buying--From the Legacy of Moog to Software Synthesis. Taylor & Francis. p. 227. ISBN 9780240520728. 

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