New Documentary Explores Life and Contributions of Dr. Bob Moog, Vinyl LP Compilation to be Included

Updated: May 2, 2019

Dr. Robert Moog © The Bob Moog Foundation/Facebook

A new documentary being released by Waveshaper Media will explore the life and legacy of one of the most revolutionary figures in the music world, Dr. Bob Moog. As the inventor of the keyboard synthesizer and the legendary Ladder Filter, Bob Moog and his company Moog Music, based in the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina, quite literally changed the world over by giving musicians, both aspiring and professional alike, a tool that truly had no limits! The results? Well...the last 5 decades of both Pop and underground music!

The new documentary titled "Electronic Voyager", will take an in-depth look at the life, achievements, and struggles of the famous inventor, as daughter Michelle Moog-Koussa travels the United States and Europe, featuring interviews with Jean-Michel Jarre, Gary Numan, Rick Wakeman from the band Yes and many more, as they all discuss the ways in which the Moog synthesizer changed music as we know it forever.

Electronic Voyages: Early Moog Recordings 1964-1969 © Waveshaper Media/Indiegogo

Accompanying the DVD/Blue Ray versions of the documentary, a vinyl LP featuring early works of Dr. Moog and others titled "Electronic Voyages: Early Moog Recordings" will be available to those who donate to the continuing fundraising campaign via Indiegogo, with the film already in post-production and due for 2020.

Watch the trailer for the new documentary below, and if you can, please donate and be part of this historic event: