This Week in Synths: The Stearns Collection Moog, Mike Oldfield’s OB-Xa, MOOG IIIp

The First Commercial MOOG You are looking at the Moog Synthesizer, Stearns 2035. It currently resides as part of the Stearns Collection at the University of Michigan. According to the university it was the first commercially produced MOOG Synthesizer. “This particular instrument has the distinction of being the first commercially produced Moog synthesizer. It was […]

matrixsynth - March 23, 2007

Linux-Powered Mobile Trinity DAW in the Wild

Ronald Stewart, creator of the mobile, Linux-powered Trinity DAW device, writes to tell us the prototype had its first public appearance at the recent Linux Audio Conference: We ran the device for 7 hours (3.5 hours battery/3.5 hours on wall power supply) with zero hangs and everything worked under various multiple applications running. USB device […]

Peter Kirn - March 23, 2007

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