As you know by now, Moogfest 2018 is just around the corner, and this year will be no less of a spectacle between the many workshops planned along with the many performances that will follow from everyone like DJ's Stingray and Helena Hauff, to iconic guitarist Wes Borland and KRS One to name but a few.
One of the very special treats that Moogfest offers however, is a chance to work with the Moog engineering team in a unique workshop learning to build what sometimes follows as an an actual Moog marketed synthesizer. The DFAM (Drummer From Another Mother) drum machine and Werkstatt-01 synthesizer for example, were originally conceived during one of these workshops.
This year, Moog takes it up yet another notch and will allow participants to build the unreleased and perhaps also upcoming "Subharmonicon". A synthesizer that as Moog states, is: "A brand-new electronic instrument inspired by the Trautonium, the Rythmicon, and the Schillinger System. It is a semi-modular harmonic kaleidoscope that divides into itself until everything that is up becomes down".
Last year's workshop at Moogfest 2017 © Moog Music
Engineer VIP Passes grant you access to the entire festival and this premium 2-day workshop, where not only do you work with the engineering team to build this interesting little machine, but also get to keep it...all yours and built by you! Passes are a little pricey, but considering all you get from it it's rather worth it really.
With an Engineer VIP pass, you get priority access to the following:
• Private lounge with complimentary food & drink • Skip-the-line access to select venues • Early access for workshop sign up • Exclusive gift bag • All VIPs will have a personal concierge service throughout the duration of the festival. • VIP Opening Party featuring DJ sets from Tommie Sunshine and Bonaventure • Bedlam Vodka Happy Hours • Daily brunch curated by The Bagel Bar The passes are only available in limited quantities, so if interested, make sure you act fast. You can purchase your Engineer VIP Pass here.
For more info, visit the Moogfest website.