MoogWorld is a community where Moog lovers can meet and share Moog related information. Features include an International Directory of Moog Enthusiasts (IDME) and the MiniMoog Mapping Project which tracks the life cycles and locations of instruments. There are also forums and a photo gallery for members to upload pictures of Moog instruments. This is a good resource to catch up on the latest news and discussions. Membership is free and the site has RSS.
Moog Archives provides a glimpse into the history of MOOG, a leading Designer and Manufacturer of Electronic Music Instrumentation from 1953 to 1993. The pages are filled with rare, historic photographs and documents collected over the years by a former Moog employee.
Moog Synthesizers is a good introduction to the enduring qualities of the MOOG sound. The article gives a brief account of the Moog synthesizer’s development and presents a collection of recommended recordings. Written by John McCready and featured in Mojo magazine.
Wikipedia Robert Moog has information on the man himself and useful links for further exploration.
- Electronic Music Interfaces An informative paper on the history and design of electronic musical instrument interfaces. There a references to Moog designs in the article.
- Museum Of The Soviet Synths Archives of Russian synthesizers, keyboards, and sound modules. Features include a table of technical specifications, photo library, mp3 sounds, and manuals
- Synthfool – Vintage Synthesizer Archives Electronic music enthusiasts will like this. A large photo/patch/schematics archive of vintage synthesizers and analog sound modules. You can find pictures of rare instruments and old manufacturer’s brochures. The site also has a comprehensive collection of music technology links and vintage price lists.
- Synthnut’s tech page A useful resource for enthusiasts of PPG, ARP, Moog and many other synths. Also has a section on super 8 film.