Jan 3, 2017

Moog CEO says analog synths are here to stay

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The enduring legacy of a company that's left its mark on analog and digital music.

In the 1960s, Bob Moog started making synthesizers. His company, Moog Music is still thriving, thanks to Mr. Moog’s ability to engineer instruments musicians love to play. Mike Adams heads up the company now and has done so for the last 14 years. Earlier this year he talked about Moog Music’s legacy and enduring appeal to musicians with Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal.

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This episode was produced by Robert Garrova. Bridget Bodnar contributed.